Crystal Kung Minkoff suggests that Sutton was a victim of a different situation

Crystal Kung Minkoff suggests that Sutton was a victim of a different situation ...

It''s the tale that never fails.

Crystal Kung Minkoff insinuated that Sutton Stracke told an even more wreaky story than the one discovered on Wednesday''s episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

Minkoff appeared on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen on Wednesday and agreed quite nicely with supporters who said Strackes'' story about her daughter having multicultural friends at a pool party was not a problem, but something else.

Well, she said, this story was not particularly problematic, to which host Andy Cohen pushed. Theres also a more fascinating story?

The 39-year-old Housewife appeared to have a tip of her tongue, but she decided not to disclose details.

Sutton and I know what was said, and we''ve talked long about it, and she has apologized to me privately and publicly.

While Minkoff, the first Asian-American cast member on RHOBHdidnt, stated her apologies she was referring to, Stracke, 50, publicly apologized last year for retaliating for Asian hate as a result of her being referred to as a redneck.

Im making a long speech, and I have since decided to trust her in her apology and move forward. And I believe in apologies, and thats where I am at Minkoff on WWHL.

The RHOBH sophomore did not elaborate on the real profound answer she referenced, and Stracke has not yet responded to her claim.

Minkoff alleged on RHOBH that Stracke made a dark comment during a trip to Lake Tahoe, Calif., but would not provide further information to her hard-pressed co-stars.

While Minkoff kept her mouth shut, Stracke told Garcelle Beauvais that Minkoff might have been talking to a conversation about raising her daughter to have multicultural friends.

In a flashback video from last seasons Lake Tahoe, Calif., my white child is with Black girls in there, a Chinese girl was in the Jacuzzi, and I feel like, This is what it should be.

Beauvais, the first full-time cast member of Black RHOBH, said she did not find the commentary problematic.

On Bravo, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills premieres Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET.

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