'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills': Sutton says she is not a 'mean girl' despite making pregnant Teddi cry

Not just fans, but even housewives from other 'Real Housewives' shows too have come forward to express their disapproval of the new cast member's behavior


                            'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills': Sutton says she is not a 'mean girl' despite making pregnant Teddi cry
Sutton Stracke (John Tsiavis/Bravo)

Sutton Stracke may be the newest addition to the cast of 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills', but she certainly is the most talked-about cast member. Despite not having the coveted title of "housewife", this "friend of housewife" cast member has managed to garner a lot of attention, unfortunately, it happens to be negative.

Right from her debut episode, where she threw shade at Rihanna and her label 'Fenty' to making Teddi Mellencamp cry while she was pregnant, Sutton has managed to secure a permanent spot as one of the least liked cast members of 'RHOBH'.

Sutton's obnoxious behavior has earned her the title of "mean girl". Not just fans, but even housewives from other 'Real Housewives' shows too have come forward to express their disapproval of the new cast member's behavior.

In a recent interview with Daily Mail, 'Real Housewives of New Jersey' star Jackie Goldschneider admitted that she didn't like what she saw of Sutton so far. The housewife said, "Sutton, I'm not a big fan of. I think she's she's a little too obnoxious. Listen, I mean, we're all like: sit down, be humble. I find her a little too uppity."

Sutton received a lot of flak for upsetting a pregnant Teddi by calling her boring. Although she later apologized to Teddi for hurting her, fans weren't ready to forgive the new cast member for picking on Teddi and labeled her a "mean girl".

So, when Sutton was asked about how she felt when she watched the show and saw her behavior towards Teddi. Sutton admitted that it was "awful" on her part to upset a pregnant woman by calling her boring.

She said, "I tell a pregnant woman that she's boring and make her cry. That's awful. Who wants to do that? Nobody." She, however, insists that she is "not a mean girl". Sutton explained, "I think when you see what actually happened, it's different than what we've seen so far. I'm not a mean girl. I'm not."



 

Despite 'RHOBH' being her first tryst with reality television, Sutton comes off as someone specifically made for reality TV. With her flair for drama, and "calling spade a spade" attitude, she will certainly have a long and thriving career in reality TV world if she chooses to go down that career path.

So, when Daily Mail asked Sutton about her experience being a part of 'RHOBH', she described it as "fun and exciting".

Sutton explained, "They call it reality television for a reason. It is real and so to live through it and now be watching it [has been] fun. It's exciting, it's terrifying. Honestly, I think I do watch it like this: 'oh, god, what am I going to say next?' I kind of feel like she's a different person. Like, 'what is she going to do now?'"

You can catch all new episodes of 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Season 10 every Wednesday at 8/7c on Bravo.

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