Camille Grammer has tried to keep quiet while her ex-husband Kelsey Grammer opens up about their relationship and his affair with now-wife Kayte Walsh on national television. But enough is enough.
The former "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star has spoken out, saying she's sick and tired of listening to her ex bash her and claim their entire marriage was a farce.
Camille, 44, told RadarOnline.com:
"Kelsey and I shared a life together and have two beautiful children together, and I just wish he would stop the constant barrage of negativity towards me as it's bad for our children and our respective families. I would hope that Kelsey would say something positive about our life together, so we can be amicable. I have absolutely no ill will towards Kelsey, I keep focused on what is ahead and I don't look back. I have happy memories about my time with Kelsey, yes, there were sad times, but I focus on the positive times for the sake of our children. I'm just not a negative person."
Kelsey, on the other hand, has been extremely negative toward Camille, opening up about everything from their sex life to his affair. In an appearance on "Conan," Kelsey wanted to clear up some rumors and revealed that he and Kayte did not have sex the first night they met.
"Well, we kissed that night...we didn't do anything much more than kiss for several months," the 57-year-old "Boss" star told Conan O'Brien. "I just wanted to clear that up ... she was worth the wait."
"I would think that would be difficult," O'Brien remarked, to which Kelsey reacted, "Well, for a guy that hadn't had sex for a decade it wasn't that hard!"
And today (September 26), Kelsey continued to talk about his relationship with Camille, telling Anderson Cooper that he should have just told her about Kayte right after he met her in England.
"I regret not doing that," Kelsey confessed. "I thought I could do something nice, some parting thing and so it was very painful and uncomfortable. It was uncomfortable for Kayte, it was uncomfortable for all of us."
Kelsey also discussed this awkward situation in a very candid interview with Oprah Winfrey. The actor again wished he left Camille much earlier, saying, "I stayed because I’m a stubborn cuss. I was not in it, or happy in it for a long time. It was pretty much over as soon as it began."
Why can't we all just get along?