August 21, 2014 10:00 AM by Lisa Princ
The drama certainly never seems to end for The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star, Lisa Vanderpump, does it? But while she may spend her time on the show feuding with the other ladies, Vanderpump still has a large fan base. However, her extended family is not part of her fan club, but instead, they have slammed the star as an egotistical control freak! Uh oh…
Many Facebook and Twitter fans love Lisa Vanderpump of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, but not everyone is a fan of the star. In fact, according to a new report by our friends at Radar Online, Lisa’s very own extended family does not really like her.
“They are fed up. They have given her too many chances and they cannot stand the person she has become. They do not even recognize her anymore and want nothing to do with her,” one insider close to the family told the site. And what’s more is they feel she is a “very demanding control freak,” and a complete “egomaniac.”
But for fans of Vanderpump, rest assured that Lisa is not the least bit bothered by what her family thinks. Vanderpump has admitted in the past that her family in England has not been supportive of her decision to do reality television here in the states. Perhaps Lisa’s family members are just jealous of her success? Vanderpump has yet to comment on the claims, but we’re thinking there is a family feud brewing.
What do you think? Do you think Lisa Vanderpump is an egotistical control freak? We know you have an opinion and we want to hear from you. Comment below to share your thoughts with us!
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