She continued, “I was just kind of frustrated because I do have a law background and, to me, it just felt like this is not what our law says, so let’s make it clear what our law does say.”
On the podcast, Meredith also addressed Jen’s decision to remain on RHOSLC after being arrested. “I just think it’s very risky, because in fact, whether you are guilty or not, it is so easy to say something that could be spun to incriminate you,” Meredith said. “I just think it’s kind of scary. I think it’s really gutsy that she stayed on, I don’t think I could.”
While she and Jen have “texted a little,” Meredith said they haven’t really stayed in touch. And as for the future? Stay tuned for RHOSLC season three.
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