"Lisa brings up the tabloids once again and so clearly wants to cast doubt on my marriage and Mauricio's integrity while pretending to be supportive," Kyle wrote. "You aren't being supportive if you're saying, 'Well, I don't know for sure,' and putting that out there."
Kyle praised Lisa's husband, Ken Todd, for sticking up for Mauricio, and ripped Lisa's assertion that she'd appear "ridiculous" if she publicly supported Mauricio, as "one never knows" the truth of the matter.
"There have been many stories that I have HEARD," Kyle wrote. "Of course you don't KNOW for sure, but when you know someone you have a pretty good idea of who they are -- AND we all know what the tabloids have done to all of us.
"I certainly wouldn't be worried about 'looking ridiculous' when it came to lies in tabloids about a friend, even if we aren't as close as we used to be."