Family Fight! Lisa Vanderpump Battles With Brother At NYC Restaurant

Lisa Vanderpump’s spats with her costars on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills are nothing compared to the fights she gets into with family members off-camera!

RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that the reality star, 57, got into an explosive fight with her brother, Mark Vanderpump, while dining at NYC’s The Waverly Inn on Wednesday night – and it got so bad that those seated near them requested to be moved to another table!

“Lisa and her husband Ken and daughter Pandora were eating dinner with her brother Mark and a few others,” a guest seated at a nearby table revealed to Radar. “They were all obviously really upset. Lisa and her brother were shouting at each other so that the entire restaurant could hear!”

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Though the source of the fight was unclear, the disagreement seemed “very serious,” according to the onlooker.

According to the eyewitness, Lisa, who was in NYC this week for her appearance on Watch What Happens Live, looked “extremely embarrassed” that the family feud went down in a public place.

“At one point, Lisa’s brother slammed his hands on the table and screamed ‘Enough is enough!’” the insider told Radar.

“When he got up to leave, her daughter started screaming at him to ‘Get out of her restaurant!’ It was a real mess and no one could believe what they just had witnessed. The entire place was just in shock!”

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As Radar previously reported, Lisa has admitted to family troubles in the past.

“I have to be frank, my family in England have not supported my choice to venture into this world,” she said in 2011.

In 2015, Mark tweeted, “As your brother, @lisavanderpump, you need to get your skinny a** back to England and stop pissing on about reality TV.”

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