What Does Faye Resnick's Book Say About Kathryn Edwards? 'The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills' Stars Have History
There's a big storm brewing on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills between new Housewife Kathryn Edwards and veteran "friend of the show" Faye Resnick. The two women have some bad blood, stemming from one of the most biggest names in history: O.J. Simpson. To play catch up: Edwards confronted Resnick on RHOBH — at a dinner party, of course — about what Resnick wrote about Edwards in her 1994 book. The conversation didn't go well for either woman, but it definitely did raise the question of what exactly was written about Edwards in the book, and if it is as character-damning as Edwards alleges.
Just months after her close friend, Nicole Brown Simpson, was killed, Resnick released Nicole Brown Simpson: The Private Diary of a Life Interrupted, and Edwards' name is brought up in the text. According to an article about the book, posted by Bravo, during a time of reconciliation, Resnick penned that O.J. allegedly wanted to know the names of the people who Nicole allegedly slept with during their separation, which is when Edwards is mentioned by name. The Bravo article stated that Resnick wrote that Nicole allegedly admitted to having an affair with Marcus Allen, Edwards' soon-to-be-husband at the time. (People reported that Edwards and Allen both denied the accusations.) Here's the passage containing claims about the alleged affair.
At times we were worried that O.J. might take revenge on Marcus by telling his fiancée Kathryn about the affair with Nicole. That would have been a disaster, because Kathryn was a sweet woman who was well aware of Marcus' womanizing and might have felt she had to call off the wedding.
That's not all that was said about Edwards in the book, though. The Bravo article about the book also quoted an alleged conversation Resnick had with her friend Kris Jenner about a relationship Allen was allegedly trying to pursue with Resnick.
Kris said, "Whatever you do, don't go out with Marcus Allen. He's the biggest womanizer in the world and don't forget he's engaged to Kathryn. She turns a blind eye to his fooling around, but it hurts her when he does it publicly."
Allen's attorney, Ed Hookstratten, responded to the author's accusations on behalf of his client when it was published in 1994. "Although there may be some truth about some things in the book, when it relates to Marcus Allen it is absolutely false," he said. Bustle reached out to Jenner for comment but has not yet received a reply.
Edwards seems to want to air all of her grievances with Resnick now that the two women are running in the same circle. Resnick, on the other hand, doesn't seem to be willing to talk about that time in her life at all, probably because the first time it was brought up on RHOBH this happened:
But, knowing Edwards, this conversation is far from over.