Dorit Kemsley “Very Open” About Home Invasion in New RHOBH Season: “Showed It All”

Dorit Kemsley explains how her recent home invasion will fit into the new season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

During an appearance on Access Hollywood‘s Housewives nightcap On Wednesday, the reality TV star said she was “fine” nearly three months after the incident.

“I’m fine. One foot in front of the other,” said Kemsley, 45. “I look for joy, mainly in the family. I do what I need to do to heal and come out to the other side.”

She also revealed if the theft will be discussed on RHOBHis the 12th season to come, saying, “Yes, absolutely.”

“We had just started filming when it happened,” she continued. “Because of the result and my kids not knowing what happened, it was very important for me to get my life back to normal. It was also important that, you know, thieves, they could take all the things. material but you don’t want to feel like they’re taking your livelihood. “

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Kemsley said she “got right into the shoot” after the incident.

“I showed everything, what I was going through,” she added. “[The show’s crew] were there the whole process. I was very open and very honest. I went into therapy and did what I needed to do to progress, and you’ll see all of that in the new season. “

Last October, three male intruders broke into Kemsley’s home in the Encino Hills neighborhood of Los Angeles. Her two children – son Jagger, 7, and daughter Phoenix, 5 – were asleep at the time of the invasion, but the Daily mail reported that her husband Paul “PK” Kemsley was in London planning to return with his family.

Dorit Kemsley

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The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed in a press release that “the victim was scared and complied with the suspects’ demands by directing them to valuables.” The thieves took “handbags, jewelry and watches with significant monetary loss and fled the scene in a black truck”.

Dorit publicly addressed the issue days later, saying she “felt blessed that my children and family were safe.”

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“As you all know by now, I went through a terrifying ordeal, one that no parent or person should have to go through,” she wrote on Instagram. “I have received so many messages of love and support and I thank you all from the bottom of my heart. It is truly overwhelming. My children are unaware of what has happened, they have slept. And I thank God for keeping my children and myself from being physically hurt. “

“My family must now begin the healing process,” she added. “I got into work because I want our family to get back to normal as soon as possible.”

PK Kemsley, Dorit Kemsley

PK Kemsley, Dorit Kemsley

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Later appearing on PEOPLE (the TV show), Dorit admitted that she was suffering from a “deep and profound trauma” from the theft.

“I take [it] day in and day out, but I’m in therapy and doing whatever I need to do to try to get out on the other side, “she said.

“I am hopeful that as long as I allow myself to feel I have the support of wonderful friends and family and an amazing husband,” she added. “My kids are okay. And that’s the most important thing for me. So mom can do what she needs to do so that she can eventually get stronger and better.”

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