How The Real Housewives Are Supporting Dorit Kemsley As She Deals With Home Robbery

Dorit Kemsley is used to dealing with some serious drama, which is why she's so suited to be one of the stars of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." However, things turned from dramatic to downright terrifying on October 27 when the reality TV star was robbed at gunpoint during a home invasion.

According to the Daily Mail, Dorit was asleep at home alone with her two young children when three men broke in just before 11 p.m. PT, as a close source told the outlet. The invaders did so by "smashing through the children's classroom door" made of glass. When they came upon Dorit in her bedroom, she asked them to spare both her children and herself. "'Don't hurt my babies. Don't kill me. I'm a mother," she reportedly said. One replied by telling the others to "kill her." Although Dorit and the children were left instead unharmed, the robbers did make off with her jewelry and bags. Beyond that, she was reportedly, and understandably, left "traumatized" by the 20-minute attack.

The LAPD, per TMZ, is now investigating what occurred while trying to find the criminals, and Dorit's husband, Paul "PK" Kemsley — who made a disturbing post right before the incident — is making his way back home after being away at the time of the robbery, as TMZ reported. At the same time, her "RHOBH" castmates have been showing up in different ways to let Dorit know they have her back. 

The RHOBH stars are showing up for Dorit Kemsley

Dorit Kemsley may have been home alone with her little ones when robbers broke into her house on October 27. However, she was soon surrounded by people who care for her. That included a few of the stars of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," who did more than just reach out to their castmate who's been through so much.

Indeed, a trio of "RHOBH" stars — Erika Jayne, Lisa Rinna, and Teddi Mellencamp — were spotted at Dorit's home the morning after the robbery, according to TMZ. Of course, Kyle Richards — whose home sadly got burglarized a few years ago — also showed up. All wore incredibly casual outfits (Erika and Lisa are seen visiting above) that were much more low-key than what they're usually known for wearing on television or the red carpet. Their generally somber expressions seemed to convey how seriously they are taking the situation and how much they care for their co-star, despite the differences they might have from time to time.

Ramona Singer also seemed to prove as much by taking to Instagram with a message responding to what happened. "Sending you lots of love @doritkemsley!! Praying for you and your family," she wrote along with heart emojis. While the gunmen made off with more than $100,000 in goods, as sources told TMZ, what's important is everyone's safe. We're sure the rest of the show's cast, crew, and fans are also sending their love and support.