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Deadly Dog! Kim Richards' Pit Bull 'Will Kill Someone,' 'Terrified' Bite Victim Claims — Should Kingsley Be Put Down?

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May 21 2015, Published 7:36 a.m. ET

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Kim Richards dog Kingsley is still living at the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reality star's home — even though a court awarded monetary damages to Kay Rozario after the 80-year-old filed a lawsuit following a vicious attack by the out-of-control animal.

Now, Rozario, who is filing an appeal in the case against the housewife after being granted a default judgment that was much lower than the $1 million that she sought, fears something terrible could happen if nothing is done about the problem pooch.

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In fact, Rozario tells exclusively that she is "terrified that the pit bull will kill someone."

Rozario, once described as being like a "second mother" to Richards, insists that's the reason why her recent court case was "never about the money."

"If this was about the money I would have sued her right away after the attack," she explains to "It is about the principle."

"I have always know that Kim does not have any money," Rozario adds.

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As reported, Rozario sustained life-threatening injuries when she was staying as a guest at Richards' Beverly Hills home last year. Her injuries were so severe that they required multiple stitches and painful physical therapy.

"That dog is a killer and ," Rozario blasts. "But I am well off. Kim has nothing. She is bankrupt. I have always known Kim does not have any money."

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