Southern Charm: Kathryn Dennis tells Austen Kroll to 'back the f*** up' after he questions sobriety
Kathryn Dennis told Austen Kroll to 'back the f*** up' after he questioned her sobriety Wednesday at the end of part one of the Southern Charm reunion.
The 28-year-old reality star was asked about her sobriety status by host Andy Cohen, 51, who brought up her squirming appearance in May on Watch What Happens Live.
Austen, 32, took offense at her behavior on the Bravo chat show especially when she said, 'Who?' after his name was brought up.
Back up: Kathryn Dennis told Austen Kroll to 'back the f*** up' after he questioned her sobriety on part one of the Southern Charm reunion Wednesday on Bravo
'I was very disappointed,' said Austen who also was miffed that Kathryn said 'Time's up' in response to his tweet back then about drama with Madison LeCroy.
'It was so inappropriate,' Austen said, adding that her remarks were 'totally unacceptable'.
'I find you boring sometimes so that's probably why I said that, I don't know,' Kathryn told him.
'Solid deflection, Kathryn. It's such a cop-out. Do you remember saying that? It doesn't seem like you remember being there,' Austen replied in a loud voice.
Very disappointed: Austen said he was 'very disappointed' in Kathryn's behavior during a May appearance on Watch What Happens Live
'OK, Austen. I haven't re-watched the episode because I'm too embarrassed to watch it, but don't ever think for a f***ing second you're gonna come after me and my sobriety,' Kathryn hissed back at Austen.
'You better back the f** up. You can do this shit with Madison all day long, but seriously,' Kathryn added.
Kathryn earlier answered Andy's question about her sobriety by saying she doesn't 'smoke weed' or do 'anything illegal like that'.
Snapped back: Kathryn snapped back telling Austen 'don't ever think for a f***ing second you're gonna come after me and my sobriety'
She confirmed that she drinks, but added that she doesn't go out partying.
Kathryn blamed her awkward appearance on WWHL on general anxiety related to her custody battle with ex Thomas Ravenel, 57, over daughter Kensie, five, and son Saint, three.
'There is so much going on with my legal stuff with Thomas and having to edit and tailor everything you say 24/7 just to protect yourself is really, really stressful,' Kathryn said.
Legal matters: The reality star blamed her awkward appearance on WWHL on general anxiety related to her custody battle with ex Thomas Ravenel, 57, over daughter Kensie, five, and son Saint, three
Squirming around: Kathryn appeared anxious while appearing on Watch What Happens Live in May with Patricia Altschul
Kathryn revealed that she was unable to give 'specifics about custody and I can't disparage Thomas' due to the custody battle.
She explained that co-parenting was 'basically business right now' and confirmed that he has a new girlfriend.
Kathryn also told Andy that she was still dating musician boyfriend Hunter Price, 27.
Still dating: The mother-of-two said she's still dating Hunter Price
She revealed that it was the first time 'ever really' that she dated someone her own age after previously dating older guys.
Kathryn also addressed Whitney Sudler-Smith, 51, denying they had sex.
'He doesn't want it to be discussed because a lot of people have been pulled into my situation with Thomas that shouldn't have been,' Kathryn said.
Own age: Kathryn revealed that Hunter was the first time 'ever really' that she dated someone her own age after previously dating older guys
Cameran Eubanks, 35, confirmed that Whitney told her he didn't want to be pulled into Kathryn's legal mess.
Andy also brought up a DailyMail.com article in which Thomas accused Kathryn of being a mentally unstable sex addict, failing a drug test in June and having a shopping problem.
'He's diagnosed me with everything in the book,' Kathryn replied.
Custody battle: Andy also brought up a DailyMail.com article in which Thomas accused Kathryn of being a mentally unstable sex addict, failing a drug test in June and having a shopping problem
'And the sex addict, come on,' she added.
The conversation then segued into her WWHL appearance that Cameran and Craig Conover, 30, both admitted was 'uncomfortable' to watch.
Craig earlier in the reunion admitted that he stopped taking prescription Adderall.
Pill problem: Craig Conover earlier in the reunion admitted that he stopped taking prescription Adderall
He took the medication while in law school and continued taking it after.
Craig admitted that it wasn't healthy for him and revealed that he hadn't taken Adderall for eight weeks. The cast also voted unanimously that Craig was finally over ex-girlfriend Naomie Olindo.
Shep Rose, 39, also was put on the hot seat over his bitter attitude that was put on display during the past season.
Unanimous vote: The cast voted unanimously that they believe Craig was finally over his ex Naomie Olindo
He tried to put things in perspective by saying 'none of this matters' among the six billion people on Earth.
'Just smile and try not to hurt anybody,' Shep said.
Andy then asked if that's how he behaved the past season.
In perspective: Shep Rose tried to put his behavior in perspective by saying 'none of this matters' among the six billion people on Earth
'Not necessarily. You punch first and I'll punch last,' Shep said.
Craig called him out for being mean and nasty on their Nashville trip and Austen criticized his inflated ego over his intelligence.
'I'll cop to it,' Shep said after taking a deep breath.
Admitted it: The 39-year-old reality star admitted to being mean and having an inflated ego over his intelligence
He admitted to being elitist, snobby and rude, but noted he could also be generous, kind and jovial.
Shep claimed that his only source of anger was that he doesn't suffer fools gladly.
'My overwhelming personality trait is not angry. If you think that, you don't know me at all,' Shep said.
Not angry: Shep insisted that his 'overwhelming personality' was not angry
Cameran also said she understood the criticism she received after complaining about being a stay-at-home mother to her baby daughter Palmer.
'You do kind of feel guilty complaining when you're in a position of privilege. If I didn't work, we'd still eat,' Cameran said.
Naomie Olindo also defended her boyfriend Metul Shah saying he was nicer than he came across on the show and wasn't controlling.
Both sides: Cameran Eubanks also said she understood the criticism she received after complaining about being a stay-at-home mother to her baby daughter Palmer
Not controlling: Naomie insisted that her boyfriend Metul Shah was not controlling