Sutton Stracke's Response to Erika Jayne's Intense Questioning Following the Vegas Incident

Sutton Stracke's Response to Erika Jayne's Intense Questioning Following the Vegas Incident

'RHOBH's Sutton Stracke responds to Erika Jayne confronting her about the Las Vegas incident, revealing her thoughts on being put 'on the spot'

Sutton Stracke is unfazed by Erika Jayne's attempt to put her in an uncomfortable position after a dramatic breakdown on the reality TV show Real Housewives of Beverly Hills during the Magic Mike Live incident.

"When it comes to this show, you simply have to let it play out and ride the wave because everything will eventually be fine," Sutton, aged 52, confided exclusively to us. "I want to make it clear that I never have any ill intentions. I show up, put on my microphone, and sometimes I inadvertently say things that get me into trouble. I always seem to get involved in controversial situations."

The RHOBH stars' trip to Las Vegas concluded in the episode that aired on Wednesday, November 15. The beginning of their vacation was filled with obstacles, as Sutton abruptly left Magic Mike Live due to feeling "offended" by suggestive dance moves involving Erika and Crystal Kung Minkoff. As the women prepared to leave Las Vegas in Wednesday's episode, Sutton unexpectedly encountered Erika's choreographer Mikey Minden and his partner, Davis Rahal, who happened to be one of the Magic Mike Live dancers, in an elevator.

“This is your opportunity to extend an apology to my friend, whom you previously characterized as being excessive and the show as being subpar," Erika stated. Sutton retorted, "I never expressed that the show was subpar. Please refrain from distorting my words. I never insinuated that the show was subpar. I merely praised the exceptional talent exhibited by the dancers."

Sutton Stracke's Response to Erika Jayne's Intense Questioning Following the Vegas Incident

Sutton Stracke and Erika Jayne from Bravo were discussing a particular moment that made Sutton uncomfortable. Sutton mentioned that it was only one instance of a spread eagle that bothered her. She also apologized for missing the interesting part of the conversation.

Sutton confronted Erika as soon as the elevator doors closed accusing her of putting words in her mouth. "You claimed that I called the show terrible. Don't deceive," Sutton complained. Erika retaliated, asserting, "I didn't lie, you simply didn't enjoy it."

In another part of the episode, Sutton confronted Erika for intentionally humiliating her.

"We were enjoying ourselves, but I heard that you were not," Erika clarified. "You blew it out of proportion. ... Did it have to escalate to the point where you were getting angry in the lobby?"

Sutton expressed her sincere remorse for the Las Vegas incident, stating, "I genuinely apologize for any inconvenience caused and for putting a damper on everyone's enjoyment. Moving forward, I believe we can have a better time in Vegas. I'm someone who values fun and enjoys it."

She added, “I just reacted in the wrong way — or I overreacted — and I was apologetic.”

Sutton Stracke's Response to Erika Jayne's Intense Questioning Following the Vegas Incident

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The other women, however, did not share the same view on Sutton's behavior. During an interview with Us at BravoCon earlier this month, Erika expressed her need for a break from Sutton, stating that she has felt this way for a couple of years.

Kyle Richards was the first one to disclose her decision to distance herself from Sutton. This was revealed through Teddi Mellencamp and Tamra Judge's podcast "Two Ts in a Pod," recorded during the fan convention weekend.

"I needed some distance from Sutton. She was quite overwhelming," Kyle explained to Us. "We were just starting our relationship when I expressed that. There were just too many situations involving her one after another, and I felt like I needed her to tone it down. I realized that I needed to take a step back because I didn't see any progress happening between us. Besides, I already had a lot going on in my life at that time."

Catch The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Bravo every Wednesday at 8 p.m. ET.

Reporting by Christina Garibaldi