RHOBH’s Lisa Rinna’s daughter Amelia, 19, slams troll who accused her of lying about anorexia battle for ‘airtime’ – The Sun

LISA Rinna’s 19-year-old daughter Amelia Gray Hamlin clapped back at an online troll who said she “lied” boy her anorexia to get “more air time.”

The youngest child of the 57-year-old RHOBH star fired back someone on Instagram who made the harsh claims about her ongoing battle with the eating disorder.



Amelia has opened up with her Bravo star mom about suffering from anorexia and anxiety several times on the Bravo series.

The duo most recently discussed her mental health struggles on-camera during an episode that aired in May.

On the fashion designer’s Instagram, someone commented in quotes: “Yeah so @ameliagray lied about being anorexic on national television.

“We really thought it would get her more air time. I’m upset. Denise ruined it.”

Furious by the accusations, Amelia screenshotted the message and posted it in a now-deleted Instagram story.


She wrote alongside the message: “I usually don’t post these. But this really got to me.

“Lying about mental illness is disgusting. Something I hope nobody would ever do.

“I seriously can’t believe I’m being accused of lying about my anorexia to get more ‘air time.’

The teenager then blamed her famous mother for being “forced” on television.

“Sorry but I’m forced to be on the housewives by my mom. Ask anyone, it’s the last thing I want to do.


“I couldn’t care less about air time. So f**k you,” she fired off.

In August, Amelia moved from Los Angeles to New York City to study nutrition, wellness and psychology at private university The New School.

However, Lisa – who also shares daughter Delilah, 22, with husband Harry Hamlin – said she knew Amelia was in “trouble” after spending time with her during a lunch that aired in May.

The teenager struggled being so far away from home after her battle with anorexia last year and returned home shortly after her mom’s visit.

"I'm going to figure out my anxiety next week. It’s just like pretty bad. And I want to get evaluated,” Amelia told her mom.

In March 2018 Amelia, who was then 16-years-old, first revealed on Instagram her issue with anorexia.

In 2019, Amelia said in a personal essay for Glamour that recovering from an eating disorder on national television is difficult, and she wasn’t able to bring herself to watch this footage at the time.

The teen noted: "I just can’t relive it. I’ve come so far, and it would make me too sad to see how I used to act.

Amelia went on: "…If I’m being honest, if I hadn’t come out about my eating disorder when I did, I probably would have relapsed.

She said the year before she had been a bad place both "physically but also mentally.”

"I feel like sometimes people forget that just because your job involves being in front of the camera, doesn’t mean you can’t have bad days. We’re human."

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