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Lisa Rinna Slams Yolanda Foster Over Lyme Disease Lies: 'I Was Your Scapegoat'

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Feb. 11 2016, Published 2:59 p.m. ET

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Lisa Rinna was not happy with Yolanda Foster for throwing her under the bus on Tuesday's episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and she wants everyone to know!

As previously reported, on the latest episode of the Bravo hit series, Foster, 52, confronted costars Kyle Richards and Lisa Vanderpump for questioning her recent health claims, even presenting her children's health records to prove their Lyme disease diagnoses.

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During the epic showdown, Foster said that Rinna, 52, was the one who tattled on the ladies' doubts. Meanwhile, fellow star Erika Girardi confessed to cameras that she was the real culprit.

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Unhappy over Foster's betrayal, Rinna took to Twitter on Wednesday to call out her backstabbing costar.

"I was your scapegoat — you already knew Erika had told on the beach about your kids," she fumed to Foster. "Why ask me? You knew the answer!"

Later, the reality star implored Twitter followers to research the definition of scapegoat after watching the explosive episode .

"Look up Scapegoat, Collateral Damage and Gaslighting. Then make your opinions about last nights episode of #RHOBH," Rinna wrote, accompanied by a kiss face emoji.

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Soon after, Foster shot back, defending her actions.

Do you take Yolanda's side or do you agree with Lisa? Let us know in the comments below!

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Bravo on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. EST.



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