Could upcoming episodes of the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” include video of marriage counseling sessions between Taylor Armstrong and her late husband, Russell? Bravo isn’t saying.
Responding to a RadarOnline.com report that says the show will air sessions with Taylor and Russell Armstrong, who committed suicide in August, a Bravo rep told TheWrap, “This is not confirmed, as we are still in the editing process.”
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The scenes in question were filmed before Taylor Armstrong filed for divorce from her husband. She has repeatedly alleged that he abused her.
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The couple’s marriage counseling was a hot topic in the “Real Housewives” season premiere, as Lisa Vanderpump’s husband, Ken, told Taylor during a dinner party that he would feel “weak” if he had to go to couples counseling.
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