Bravo Says It's Undecided on Airing Taylor and Russell Armstrong's Counseling Sessions
The network releases a statement after a report states it will be airing the controversial footage on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."
As viewers have already seen, the current season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills will document the failing marriage of Taylor Armstrong and her late husband, Russell Armstrong, who committed suicide in mid-August.
Bravo’s cameras captured the couple’s therapy sessions as they tried to salvage their relationship. RadarOnline reported Monday that its sources say the network is going forward on airing that footage. According to the network, though, the decision has not been made yet.
“There has been no decision yet about that footage as we are still in edit process,” a Bravo spokesperson tells The Hollywood Reporter.
In the wake of Russell’s death, the network stated it would re-edit the season’s episodes. It also decided to go forward with the season’s original premiere date on Sept. 5 with the addition of a short discussion among the cast members (without Taylor) about the suicide at the beginning of the episode.
Taylor filed for divorce from Russell in July about a month before he committed suicide. In recent weeks, she has confessed that he was physically abusive to her.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Mondays at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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