Richards also worries that Gebbia hexed her computer after her screen changes from a family photo to words like "bigot" and "travesty"

By Wade Rouse
Updated February 18, 2014 06:00 AM
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Talk about a bling ring.

On Monday’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, a peace offering of jewelry from Kyle Richards to Carlton Gebbia ended up putting Lisa Vanderpump squarely in the middle of an escalating war.

After Richards’s heated fight with Gebbia in which she called the Wiccan anti-Semitic, Richards asked Brandi Glanville to give her a gold piece that went with the necklace she gave Gebbia at her R-rated pool party.

Although Gebbia, 40, refused the additional bling, it was Vanderpump’s intrusion in the matter that ended up angering Richards the most.

“You said [the piece] was gold and didn’t match with blue,” Richards told Vanderpump at the lavish going-away party for Yolanda Foster’s daughter, Gigi, who is heading to college in New York. “That’s what Brandi said you said.”

“Why would Brandi even bother to repeat that?” wondered Vanderpump, 53. “That was an innocuous, inane remark I said it was a peace offering You could throw it in a bin.”

“It’s nice jewelry. Why would I do that?” asked Richards, 45, adding, “Here she is telling Carlton that doesn’t look like it goes with the necklace, don’t take it. Then she’s coming over to me and saying, ‘That was a gesture on your part right?’ Don’t play those games.”

The housewives continue to wonder exactly what kind of games Gebbia might be playing, as Richards confided in Joyce Giraud that she feared Gebbia might have hexed her, too.

“My computer in my kitchen for two years has always been our family photo,” a wide-eyed Richards told Giraud. “I see something on the computer change on the screen I took pictures ”

“You’re freaking me out,” said Giraud, who previously asked Gebbia point blank if she had cast a spell on her after her husband fell ill following a spat between the two.

“It was freaking me out,” agreed Richards, showing pictures of her computer screen that displayed the words, “bigot”, “travesty,” “wraith” and “larva” rather than a family photo. “How is my computer doing that?”

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills head to Puerto Rico on Monday for some sun, sand and, of course, drama.