RHOBH’s Dorit Kemsley breaks down in tears & sobs hysterically in reunion with husband PK after she's ROBBED at gunpoint

DORIT Kemsley admitted she thought she was going to die during her terrifying home invasion robbery last October.

The scary incident, and its aftermath, were finally revealed during the season 12 premiere of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

The home invasion figures greatly into the show, as Dorit bravely discusses what happened.

The night after two unknown men are seen smashing into the  RHOBH star's Los Angeles home, Dorit turned to her friends for emotional support.

As seen on the show, the moment the 45-year-old fashion designer entered Kylie Richards home, she was immediately embraced by the other ladies inside.

With drinks poured and in hand, Dorit finally had a chance to tell her side of the story, admitting that at first, she heard a strange noise and attributed it to one of her two kids.


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"I heard the door open, and immediately thought of my kids," she said.

"So I get out of my bed, and that’s when I saw…not a little person but a big person."


As her fellow housewives listened intently, Dorit went into detail about the devastating attack.

"When he saw me, he panicked, and he charged at me, grabbed me, put me down.

"'Get down on the f**king ground, I’m going to f**king kill you.’

"(He) put a gun to me, and I was just hunched over sobbing, going 'please, I have little babies, I am a mother, please I beg of you, my kids need me.'"

"I was begging and begging and the the other guy was going ‘just f**king kill her.'”

Later, in the confessional, Dorit explained further: "All I could think in my head was, 'I have to do anything to save these kids. They need their mommy. Don’t hurt them, don’t hurt me.'

"I thought, 'this is it, I’m going to die. He’s going to pull the trigger.' And then I envisioned them killing me and then going and killing my kids."


Back at the gathering, Dorit broke down in tears. She wasn't wearing any makeup, and the scary ordeal could be seen etched into her face.

Her friends could only offer words of support.

"You’ve gotta get into therapy Dorit, right away," Erika Jayne told her. "You gotta talk to somebody.

"And look, we’re your friends, we’re going to be there."

To which Lisa Rinna added: "We will help you every step of the way."

Dorit's husband, PK, was out of town at the time of the break-in, but rushed back home and met her at the support gathering.

After a long awaited embrace, and another round of tears, Dorit could be heard telling her concerned lover, "We’re ok…we're ok.”


A few weeks after the invasion, police released surveillance video of the masked intruders, who have yet to be caught.

In the clip, two unknown men are seen smashing into the RHOBH star's Los Angeles home, later appearing again with various valuable items.

According to authorities the intruders exited with a large blanket filled with everything from watches to jewelry worth "over $100,000."

During the invasion the men are seen wearing face coverings and gloves and seem to use an object or tool to break through the door.

The LAPD described the two men as black males between the ages of 20 to 30.

Following the night's event, Dorit shared with fans: “As you all know by now I have been through a terrifying ordeal, one that no parent or person should ever have to experience.

"My kids are unaware of what happened, they slept through it and I thank God for keeping my kids and myself from being physically harmed…”

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In order to commence "the healing process," the TV star had planned on throwing herself "straight back to work" and expected to "return to normality."

She added: "More than anything, I’m feeling blessed that my kids and family are safe…"

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