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Stabbed In The Back! Lisa ‘Extra Hurt’ By Longtime Friend Dorit Over Abandoned Dog

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With friends like this, who needs enemies?

Lisa Vanderpump feels “betrayed” by longtime pal Dorit Kemsley, who adopted a dog from Vanderpump Pets only to drop the animal off at a local animal shelter shortly thereafter, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.

After the chihuahua mix nipped at one of her children, Dorit, 42 — whose husband Paul Kemsley, 51, has been close with Lisa, 57, and hubby Ken Todd, 61, “for decades” — brought the pup to the shelter and it was microchipped as belonging to Lisa’s rescue.

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“Lisa was very upset over this and still is because she has known Dorit and Paul for a very long time,” a source close to the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills veteran told Radar.

“She knew Paul from London and because of their friendship, she brought Dorit on RHOBH. Dorit would not be on the show if it weren’t for Lisa, so of course Lisa is feeling extra hurt by this.”

“Dorit knows how much dogs mean to Lisa and that is really the worst part about it,” the insider added.

According to the source, however, Lisa is going to take the high road and let bygones be bygones!

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“Dorit apologized and she told Lisa that she was too ashamed to bring it back to Lisa and she did not want to disappoint her,” the friend said.

“Although it is too late for that, Lisa did get the dog back and the animal is with a proper home. Of course Lisa will forgive her. She is not the type of woman that holds onto grudges very long.”

Do you think that Dorit Kemsley should be forgiven for what she did? Sound off in the comments.

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