'Real Housewives' Lisa Vanderpump, Elie Samaha Caught Up in Ugly West Hollywood Bar Fight

UPDATED, 5 p.m: Vanderpump and her husband Ken Todd have issued a statement denying any wrongdoing in the real estate deal, saying that they had no prior knowledge of the plaintiffs and that they entered into their lease "in good faith."

"We had no prior knowledge of Ryan Carrillo and Andrew Gruver or their claim," Vanderpump and Todd said. "We took the lease in good faith seven months ago and all of our applications and notices have been posted publicly. Any issue will be between them and the property owner."




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