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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Net Worth and Salary!

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While the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills may not be the highest rated Real Housewives franchise, it’s clear that the ladies of this franchise have the highest net worth out of all the other housewife franchises. Considering it’s almost time for RHOBH to return, I thought it might be fun to dig into the woman of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Net Worth and reported Salary for this year. Check out the slideshow below and find out which housewife has the most cash in her bank!

Brandi Glanville


Brandi Glanville just may be one of the most controversial figures in housewife history. After joining the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills during season two, Glanville was instantly promoted to a fulltime housewife the following year. Brandi has never been shy to say exactly what is on her mind, regardless of how controversial it may be or the consequences that it may cause. This of course lead to large amounts of drama with her fellow housewives, and well…. great Reality TV! While Brandi Glanville only made a few thousands dollars for her first season on RHOBH, producers saw a star in her and instantly increased her salary for the following year. It’s been rumored that Brandi Glanville made $200,000 for her final season on the show, and roughly around $175,000 for the season’s prior. What is Brandi Glanville’s net worth now? Brandi Glanville is rumored to have a cool wopping net worth of 1 Million Dollars. Clearly when Glanville reported that she was homeless over the summer, it really was nothing to worry about!

Kim Richards


Kim Richards gained her fame at a very young age, many actually consider her to be the first ever Disney “it girl.” Richard’s who starred in both TV shows and Movies during her childhood, appeared in majorly successful Disney Movies such as Escape from Witch Mountain and No Return. While she clearly made a lot of money during her childhood, Kim Richards unfortunately lost a lot of money as well. Richards’ battled with an alcohol addiction that started at a very young age, while she was also responsible to help take care of her family with her Disney funds. In October of 2010 Kim Richards returned to TV along side her sister Kyle Richards, and was an original cast member on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. During her time on the RHOBH, Richards battled her sister as well as an addiction and dependency with alcohol. During her final season as a fulltime housewife last year, Richards was accused of relapsing by the other housewives. They kind of hit the nail on the head, because in the months that followed Kim Richards would spend her time getting arrested, and moving from one rehab center to another rehab center. During her time on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Kim Richards reportedly made only $100,000 per season. Despite her ability to always cause some drama, Kim Richards was one of the least paid housewives on the show. What is Kim Richards net worth these days? Kim Richards is worth $1 Million Dollars, which is probably a lot less than she was worth ten years ago!

Kyle Richards

Kyle Richards is an original cast member on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, much like her sister Kim Richards she gained her fame as a child actress. While she may not have been the Disney “it girl” like her sister Kim was, Richards appeared in blockbusters such as Halloween and had a recurring role on hit TV shows such as Little House on the Prairie. Sadly Richards would spend the rest of her acting life working for B-rate movies, made for TV movies, and direct to video roles. In 2010 alongside with her sister Kim Richards, Kyle made her debut on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. For the first time in Kyle Richards life, her role this reality TV show caused her fame to actually rise above her sisters. Her ability to be as dramatic as possible, and spill her sister Kim Richards alcohol addiction secrets has lead Kyle to become one of the most famous housewives in the Beverly Hills franchise. Kyle Richards is rumored to make around $300,000 per season for her role on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. This is three times more than her sister Kim Richards made for her time on the Reality TV show. What is Kyle Richards net worth these days? While Richards never really made it as big as her sister did in the acting world, thanks to her husband Mauricio Umansky… Kyle Richards is worth $30 Million dollars!

Lisa Vanderpump


Before appearing on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Lisa Vanderpump and her husband Ken Todd owned 26 different restaurants, bars, and clubs throughout London and of course Los Angeles. At an early age Vanderpump knew that she was destined for the big screen… or at least some screen! Joining a drama school by the young age of nine, not many people know this but Vanderpump actually was an actress during her early years. While she never really hit the jackpot, she did appear in some small roles on TV as well as some music videos in the 80’s. Lisa Vanderpump joined the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills in 2010 and since than has made quite a name for herself in Reality TV. Bravo TV saw so much in Lisa Vanderpump and her lavish lifestyle, that they even gave her a spin off show Vanderpump Rules that focused on her restaurant’s and staff. While Lisa Vanderpump started off with a nice $350,000 salary during her early years on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, its rumored that she is now making around half a million dollars for her time on the show. How much is Lisa Vanderpump worth these days? Lisa Vanderpump’s net worth is $65 Million, while her husband Kenn Todd is worth a nice $85 Million.

Yolanda Hadid Foster


Yolanda Hadid Foster grew up in the Netherlands and was raised by a single mother following her father’s death in a car accident when she was only seven years old. Before the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Yolanda Foster gained her success as a contracted model with Ford Models. She instantly was traveling all over the world, and modeled for nearly 15 years before decided to call it quits in order to start a family of her own. Her first husband Mohamed Hadid is worth a crazy $200 Million dollars! After divorcing Mohamed in 2000 Yolanda began her own interior design business, during this time she met and fell in love with music legend David Foster who is worth around $30 Million dollars! Yolanda Foster is rumored to be making around $150,000 for her time on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, which is pennies compared to her net worth! How much is Yolanda Foster worth? Yolanda Foster’s net worth is a nice $45 million, making her a little be more successful than her current husband!

Lisa Rinna and Eileen Davidson


Before joining the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Eileen Davidson and Lisa Rinna found their fame and fortune appearing in soap opera’s. Lisa Rinna gained her fame by appearing on Day’s of Our Lives and Melrose Place. Meanwhile Eileen Davidson was featured on shows such as The Young and the Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful. It should come as no surprise that with a Daytime Emmy Award for lead actress that Eileen Davidson is the highest paid housewife in Real Housewives of Beverly Hills history. With a record breaking $750,000 per season Eileen Davidson’s networth of $3 Million Dollars just got a little bigger. Meanwhile Lisa Rinna is rumored to be making around $500,000 per season, while her networth is an earth shattering $5.5 million dollars. I guess modeling in adult diapers really does pay off!



  1. KNS

    Nov 24, 2015 at 12:23 am

    I don’t think Eileen is worth her salary

  2. BocaGrande89

    Jan 19, 2016 at 11:39 pm

    a very strange photo, don’t like the “floating” sitters #RHOBH

  3. BocaGrande89

    Jan 19, 2016 at 11:39 pm

    a very strange photo, don’t like the “floating” sitters #RHOBH

  4. BocaGrande89

    Jan 19, 2016 at 11:39 pm

    to the floating standers, for that matter…. #RHOBH

  5. BocaGrande89

    Jan 19, 2016 at 11:39 pm

    to the floating standers, for that matter…. #RHOBH

  6. NERF

    May 15, 2016 at 12:23 am


  7. Jenpink

    Jul 19, 2016 at 7:46 pm

    Bravo got ripped off with ED.

  8. Jenpink

    Jul 19, 2016 at 7:46 pm

    Bravo got ripped off with ED.

  9. Tisha

    May 22, 2017 at 1:15 pm

    I wish Bravo would just switch it up a little and go to the lives of real working wives with children and give us a chance to make it rich. Some of us have a great story line as well and don’t really treat our friends like crap and talk behind their backs. But I know it’ll never happen. Just my comment

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State-Sanctioned Murder: North Korea Killed Otto Warmbier

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State-Sanctioned Murder: North Korea Killed Otto Warmbier

The Kim regime likely released the American student so he wouldn’t die on North Korean soil. Now they need to pay for killing an American—and be convinced they can’t kill more.

North Korea killed Otto Warmbier, and that must affect U.S. policy toward both the Kim regime and its enablers, most notably China.

The 22-year-old American student, who arrived in Cincinnati on a medevac flight June 13 after being held captive in North Korea since January 2016, died Monday afternoon. He had been in a coma for 15 months.

The North Koreans claimed they released Warmbier on “humanitarian grounds.” That, like most everything they have said on the matter, was deceptive. They let him go, in all probability, because they did not want him to die on North Korean soil.

It’s unlikely their last-minute maneuver will make much difference, however. The student’s death, so soon after his release, is bound to affect American policy toward the Kim regime, just as the beheading of James Foley by ISIS in August 2014 affected the Obama administration’s Middle East policy.

At the moment, President Trump’s attempts to disarm North Korea seem to be in abeyance, as the White House waits for Beijing to help. Whatever one thinks of that approach, Warmbier’s death will add pressure on the president to act now.

Trump immediately issued a statement expressing condolences to the Warmbier family and condemning North Korea’s brutality.


Those sentiments, however, are not enough. Unless the American people are willing to accept tragedies like this on a regular basis, costs need to be imposed on the Kim regime.

American diplomats had been trying for months to obtain Warmbier’s release and that of three other American citizens held by Pyongyang.

The student had been prevented from leaving the North in early January 2016 after attempting to take down a propaganda poster. For the prank, he was charged with “hostile acts” and given a sentence of 15 years hard labor. His show trial took place the following March.

Pyongyang says he fell into a coma after taking a sleeping pill soon after. The North’s officials also said Warmbier had contracted botulism.

Doctors at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center found no traces of botulism but did find dead brain tissue. They described his condition as “unresponsive wakefulness.”

In all probability, the coma was the result of severe trauma that prevented blood flow to the brain.

In any event, North Korean officials had tried to hide Warmbier’s condition until June 6, when Pyongyang’s U.N. ambassador disclosed the coma to Joseph Yun, the State Department’s special envoy for North Korea. Yun then secured Warmbier’s release after traveling to the North.

The consequences for the Kim regime now have to be far in excess of turning the State Department’s travel advisory into a travel ban, as Secretary of State Rex Tillerson suggested Wednesday in testimony to the House Foreign Affairs Committee. The costs have to be so severe that no regime, North Korean or otherwise, will think of harming Americans.

Washington, of course, tries to obtain the release of detained Americans, and to do so it always seeks to avoid offending regimes like North Korea’s. That usually works to free a particular individual, but the process creates incentives for future seizures of Americans. Kim Jong Un and Kim Jong Il, his predecessor and father, apparently thought taking Americans resulted in an endless stream of bargaining chips.

At some point—like now—Washington must switch its approach from rescuing individual Americans to preventing seizures in the first place.

What can be done? North Korea should once more take its place on the State Department’s list of state sponsors of terrorism. No bank, including Chinese ones, involved in North Korea’s various criminal activities should be allowed access to its dollar accounts in New York. The U.S. should seize all dollar accounts of enterprises proliferating ballistic missile or nuclear weapons tech, equipment, or components to the North. The U.S., using authority flowing from Pyongyang’s various renunciations of the Korean War armistice, should interdict and then inspect all North Korean shipping for weapons or contraband.

Kim Jong Un continues in power because regime elements believe they are safer with him than on their own. The United States, which says it is not seeking regime change, needs to convince them they have no future if they support any regime killing Americans.

Washington, for decades, has always worried about the consequences of action on North Korea and therefore has done little. While it has done little, the Kim family has, among other things, counterfeit American currency, built nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles, and cyberattacked American businesses and institutions. And now it has felt secure enough to kill an American.

North Koreans thought it was safe to brutalize Otto Warmbier. Now is the time to make sure they never harm another American again.

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Pence Hires Private Lawyer for Russia Investigation

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Pence Hires Private Lawyer for Russia Investigation


Vice President Mike Pence has hired a private lawyer to represent him in the special counsel’s investigation into alleged ties between the Trump campaign and Russia, the vice president’s office confirmed Thursday.

Pence has retained Richard Cullen of the law firm McGuireWoods to “assist him in responding to inquiries by the special counsel,” according to a statement from Pence’s communications director, Jarrod Agen.

“The Vice President is focused entirely on his duties and promoting the President agenda and looks forward to a swift conclusion of this matter,” Agen said.

On Friday, when asked by reporters, Pence said the hiring of a private attorney was “very routine. Very routine.”

A source close to Pence said he had been interviewing lawyers for weeks to represent him. The source added that the vice president will not be spending taxpayer dollars to pay for his legal advice and representation.

Cullen’s hiring was first reported by the Washington Post.

Cullen is a seasoned federal criminal attorney with experience relevant to the assignment — he has handled politically sensitive casework as special counsel to former Sen. Paul Trible (R-VA) during the Iran-Contra investigation, he is a former U.S. Attorney, and he served on the House staff for Rep. Caldwell Butler (R-VA) during the Watergate investigation.

Cullen referred all requests for comment to Pence’s office.

President Donald Trump has already retained his private attorney, Marc Kasowitz, to represent him in the probe being conducted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller into the Trump campaign’s alleged ties to Russians.

NBC News has confirmed that Trump is facing a criminal investigation for possible obstruction of justice in the FBI investigation.

Trump has denied that and on Thursday he attacked the probe on twitter as a “WITCH HUNT” and said the charges of collusion between his campaign and Moscow as well as obstruction of justice were “phony.”

Via: NBCNews

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Trump’s Personal Lawyer Was Just Slapped With Multiple Bar Complaints

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Trump’s Personal Lawyer Was Just Slapped With Multiple Bar Complaints

Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Mark Kasowitz just got hit with a pair of serious ethics complaints (embedded below) by lawyers in his home state of New York and in Washington, D.C. where he is practicing law today.

Kasowitz has become famous for issuing a typo-filled, but factless defense of Donald Trump as news emerged that President Trump himself is under investigation by Special Prosecutor Mueller.

However, he isn’t a member of the DC bar and seems to be advising government officials on Trump’s White House staff, who themselves could become witnesses or defendants in a future criminal prosecution of the President. The New York Law Journal reports:

Campaign for Accountability, a nonprofit government watchdog group formed in 2015, filed its ethics complaint with the Washington, D.C., Office of Disciplinary Counsel, Board on Professional Responsibility on Thursday.

Separately, Neal Goldfarb, senior attorney and litigator at corporate law firm Butzel Long, lodged a complaint Tuesday with the Appellate Division, First Department, disciplinary committee in New York.

The more serious of the two complaints is with the DC bar since Trump’s lawyer isn’t a member, but is still practicing in the White House anyways. Lawyers can practice outside of their home states by filing what’s called an application for

Lawyers can sometimes practice outside of their home states by filing what’s called an application for pro hac vice admission, which lets them practice under the supervision of a member of the local bar.

But they have to make an application and declare this to the local Bar, and Kasowitz has not released any such documents publicly. The Campaign for Accountability explains that issue, and why Kasowitz’s advice to White House officials not to hire counsel yet, likely violated ethics rules:

District of Columbia Professional Rule of Conduct 5.5(a) provides “a lawyer shall not practice law in a jurisdiction where doing so violates the regulation of the legal profession in that jurisdiction.”  Rule 4.3 prohibits lawyers from offering any unrepresented party who has a potential conflict of interest with the lawyer’s own client with any advice other than that they retain counsel.

Mr. Kasowitz does not appear to be a member of the District of Columbia Bar.  As a result, by meeting with White House staff within the White House complex and offering the legal opinion that those staffers need not hire counsel, he may have engaged in the unauthorized practice of law.  In addition, by advising White House staff members, who are not represented by counsel and who have a reasonable possibility of having interests that conflict with those of  Mr. Kasowitz’s client, President Trump, Mr. Kasowitz appears to have violated Rule 4.3.

The New York complaint follows a similar legal reasoning about failing to encourage people to get their own lawyers if they’re concerned about criminal charges related to their employment under Donald Trump. It adds a separate allegation that Kasowitz improperly communicated with people in the White House are represented by other lawyers.

 Attorney Neil Goldfarb’s complaint includes a separate allegation that Kasowitz improperly communicated with people in the White House are represented by other lawyers, violating another New York bar rule.
Now, he’s brought a civil litigation lawyer from New York to DC that CNN calls a “fish out of water” to fight a massive FBI criminal investigation without a license.

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