Dorit Kemsley is set to start filming Real Housewives of Beverly Hills this week despite still dealing with the aftermath of being robbed.
Sources close to the reality star reveal Dorit “is traumatized” from being held at gunpoint inside her Encino mansion.
As we reported, the 45-year-old reality star was sleeping in her bedroom when she was woken up by three suspects with guns.
The men reportedly broke in through the windows of her kids’ classroom around 11 PM. "Don’t hurt my babies. Don’t kill me. I'm a mother," Dorit pleaded with the suspects.
One of the men replied, "Kill her." The Bravo star was somehow able to avoid being shot and the suspects did not enter her the rooms for her children, Jaggar and Phoenix.
The incident lasted 20 minutes and they made off with a bunch of her expensive handbags and jewelry. Dorit’s husband PK was not home at the time and was traveling back to LA when it all went down.
We’re told the RHOBH producers don’t want to miss a moment and are planning on getting cameras in front of Dorit ASAP.
“Bravo isn’t dumb. They know they would be missing out if they aren’t catching the moments after the home invasion. The producers will be doing everything in their power to get Dorit to start filming,” an insider dished.
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Obviously, the drama is great for television but everyone still understands Dorit needs a moment.
The home in question has been a problem for Dorit and PK for months. They have been desperately trying to unload the pad despite only buying it in 2019.
PK has faced financial issues for years with a bankruptcy filed overseas and creditors accusing him of screwing them over. He seemed to have settled all the issues a couple of years back.
Daily Mail was the first to break the story of Dorit's home invasion.