Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star Lisa Vanderpump appeared in Beverly Hills courthouse on Friday morning as the star witness in a criminal case involving her friend, local television reporter Robert Kovacik, who was allegedly punched by Roger Telavera at the up-market bar Polo Lounge on Christmas Eve last year.
Leaving court after the case was continued, we quizzed Vanderpump about the case and her co-star Camille Grammer, who is returning to the top-rating Bravo reality television show as RadarOnline.com first revealed.
“She (Camille) is doing better,” Vanderpump said, adding: “The only way is up after what she has been through.”
Vanderpump, who runs Villa Blanca in Beverly Hills, also dished her thoughts on Charlie Sheen and his self-proclaimed “Odyssey” and “media tsunami” which has dominated the papers, TV and Internet discussion.
“It’s very sad… when you are a father with young children, I think ultimately you want to set an example for society,” Vanderpump said.
“I think in the future he will not be proud of what he has done in the past. He needs help.”