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Dorit Kemsley Reveals Why She Returned to ‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Amid Home Invasion Trauma

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Taking back her power! Dorit Kemsley isn’t letting the trauma surrounding her October 2021 home invasion affect her time on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.The 45-year-old reality star exclusively told Us Weekly why she wasn’t hesitant about filming back in her house for season 12 — noting that her “commitment” to the show pushed her forward.“Had there been any other outcome, you know, where my children had woken up and seen [what happened] — God forbid — it would’ve probably been different and I wouldn’t have gone back into filming,” she told Us on Wednesday, January 12, while promoting her partnership with the interactive AmazonGlow system. “They didn’t know anything.

So, I decided, you know, this is what I need to do and it’s gonna help me. Rather than just stay home and wallow in this. I wanna keep life as normal as possible.

I wanted to, you know, continue my commitment to the show.”The Connecticut native, whose two children Jagger, 7, and Phoenix, 5, were asleep in the house when she was held confronted by three robbers last year, explained that it was a “normal day” for her little ones after the terrifying ordeal.

Fans will see some of the aftermath from the scary day on the upcoming season of the reality show.“I showed everything. What I was going through.

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