The new season of Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” launched with a chilling episode Wednesday, chronicling the burglary of cast member Dorit Kemsley‘s Encino, California, home last October.
Season 12 opened with security-camera footage showing two men approaching the home Dorit and her husband, businessman Paul Kemsley (known as “PK”) share with their children Jagger, 8, and Phoenix, 6. The family (minus PK, who was in London) was home at the time of the invasion.
The episode then rewinds to three days earlier before returning to the break-in. Dorit, 45, recounts the evening as security footage shows one man with a flashlight looking around. Then a person can be seen exiting the premises with what appears to be stolen goods gathered in a duvet cover.
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“When they came into my bedroom, when he had the gun to my head, I thought, ‘This is it. This is how I’m gonna die,’” Dorit says. “I begged them, and I told them, ‘Let me help you. I’ll show you where everything is. Just please, please God, please don’t hurt my kids. They need their Mommy. Don’t hurt them. Don’t hurt me.’”
The episode continues, showing reactions from Dorit’s castmates. “I called PK. He was sobbing, ‘I wasn’t there. Kyle, I wasn’t there,'” says Kyle Richards, the only remaining housewife…