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Former adult star Camille Grammer is the pot to Faye Resnick’s kettle

Camille Grammer

By Kim Palacios

hollywoodnews.com: “I loved your spread…literally,” Camille Grammer said cattily to Faye Resnick during the taping of an episode of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”. Grammer could not have been a less gracious—nor a more hypocritical—hostess. According to Resnick, Grammer’s own pornographic past made her denouncement of her guest like the pot calling the kettle black. The issue was revived in this week’s release of the Director’s Cut of the pivotal episode, “The Dinner Party from Hell”.

In addition to calling out the peculiarities of mean girl medium Allison Dubois, the special included commentary on Camille’s checkered past and her tenuous relationship with the truth.

“I knew everything about Camille’s past,” said Resnick of her familiarity with Grammer prior to attending the event. “I knew that she was an exotic dancer, I new that she had done two soft pornos, I knew she had done Playboy…”

Given Grammer’s past, Resnick seemed shocked that Grammer would take a jab at hers. “The reality is, Camille…I did Playboy, but I didn’t spread like you had done,” concluded Resnick. Rightly so–Grammer did star in two soft core porn films prior to her marriage to Kelsey Grammer. “Marilyn Chambers’ Bedtime Stories” and “The Naked Detective” were filmed in the mid-1990s; back then, the Housewives star was known as Camille Donatacci.

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2 Comments

  • February 21, 2011 | Permalink |

    You should do a little research. Fay Resnick did do a “spread” on the sand. Perhaps you should have viewed the magazine spread. Faye Resnick was “morally corrupt.” This was in response to Faye Resnick’s capitalization of an acquiantance’s death. People close to Nicole didn’t want Faye around Nicole, due to her cocaine dependence. Faye published a book about Nicole that placed Nicole in a dark light in order to promote her solicitation for playboy. Faye Resnick sold Nicole’s soul and lended more creedence to Mr. Simpson’s acquittal than her “self-proclaimed” friendship to Nicole.
    Being naked is not the offense, but being a murder’s ally is.

  • February 25, 2011 | Permalink |

    Thanks for your comment. Though, I never assert in my article that Faye Resnick never actually “spread”. Rather, I quote Resnick insinuating that Camille Grammer did something more deplorable than she herself did. Similarly, I quote Grammer insinuating that Resnick did something more deplorable than she herself did. Do you see the pattern? The article is meant to point out the irony of each woman pointing her finger in an attempt to prove that the other is more morally reprehensible. This is not a matter of bad research–my quotes are accurate, though, what each woman said about the other may give a twisted rendition of the truth.

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