Radar Legal Editor
Taylor and Russell Armstrong's marriage counseling sessions, taped months before his tragic suicide, will air in the next few weeks on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
Taylor and Russell's marriage had been her major storyline of the current season, however, executives at Bravo had to re-evaluate what to air after his suicide.
"Bravo has done major editing of the show, to be sensitive to the fact that Russell killed himself. However the decision was made to air the footage of the therapy sessions," a Bravo insider tells RadarOnline.com.
"Viewers will see the two of them with their marriage counselor, Dr. Charles Sophy, as well as individual sessions with Taylor. Russell's one-on-one sessions will not air. Taylor is completely supportive of the decision, and thinks it will help battered women to make the decision to leave an abusive relationship, just like she did," the insider says.
The marriage counseling sessions will begin "to air in the next few weeks.
Last week's episode saw Taylor, who appeared intoxicated, sitting in a suitcase in a closet at Camille Grammer's Colorado vacation home. The audience will see exactly why she was in that precarious mental state," the source says.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Monday nights on Bravo.