Beverly Hills housewife Sheree Zampino was reportedly bitten by a rat. . . In Lisa Rinna’s HOUSE?

A shocking rumor has been circulating on social media that has been brought to the attention of Media Take Out. And rumor has it that Real Housewives of Beverly Hills newcomer Sheree Zampino was allegedly bitten by some sort of rodent, possibly a rat.

And according to social media, the attack happened at the home of Lisa Rinna, another Beverly Hills homemaker.

The rumor mongers claim, “Sheree was bitten by a rat at an event at Lisa’s house.”


The report continues, claiming: “Zampino was taken to the hospital where she was treated [possible] Exposure to hentavirus, a disease found in wild rodents.”

Media Take Out couldn’t confirm the claim, but that hasn’t stopped it from spreading like wildfire across social media. At the time this article was published, almost a million people had viewed the report.

Lisa Rinna lives in Beverly Hills with her husband Harry Hamlin – in fact, the two even got married in the backyard of their gorgeous home. Built in 1986, the property features a French-Provincial design with antique furnishings that make the home “ripe like a fine wine.” The four bedroom, five bathroom home has over 4,000 square feet

Lisa’s home, which has not been modernized since the 1990s. Here’s a video of her home that looks dated – but clean.

Sheree Zampino is the newest cast member of the Bravo hit series Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. She is also the ex-wife of Will Smith.


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