'Real Housewife' Lisa Vanderpump's Tea Party From Hell!


Jul. 17 2012, Updated 9:30 a.m. ET

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By Jen Heger - Radar Assistant Managing Editor

Shortly after the cast of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills returned from their trip to Las Vegas, Lisa Vanderpump had a tea party to bring the ladies together and address hurt feelings left over from the trip, but it ended up being the tea party from hell because Taylor Armstrong got obscenely intoxicated, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.

As we previously reported,  the ladies have taken several short trips this season to Ojai, California, and Las Vegas, Nevada, and the trips are always booze filled with LOTS of tears and drama. The cast, sans Taylor Armstrong and Adrienne Maloof, are currently in Paris shooting the finale.

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However, a few weeks ago Vanderpump decided to have the ladies over to her abode for a pow-wow to discuss what had transpired in Las Vegas. "As usual, there were epic meltdowns in Las Vegas and lots of hurt feelings. Taylor arrived at the tea party and just had an enormous chip on her shoulder and proceeded to get extremely intoxicated. Taylor was in everyone's face, blithering on and on in utter nonsense. The tea party was an absolute disaster and did nothing to cool the ladies down. If anything, it just seemed to drive a wedge between them. Lisa will defend Brandi, no matter how ridiculous or cruel she is being," a source close to the situation tells us.

Armstrong "ultimately decided she had no interest in going with the ladies to Paris. She just feels they pick on her for no reason. Taylor is over the drama, and is tired of the ladies judging her," the insider said.

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