Sarah Paulson faced the wrath of diehard "Real Housewives" fans last year after she detailed a less-than-ideal encounter with Lisa Vanderpump.
While chatting with Vanity Fair last October, the actress, who was hooked up to a lie detector at the time, said she "met [Lisa] once at a party and she wasn't that nice" to her. On Thursday night, Sarah was asked to elaborate on her LVP experience.
"I'm a bit of an idiot in the sense that when I was having that lie detector test, they truly strapped everything around me," she said on "Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen."
"The guy was sitting there, and I felt somehow like if I didn't answer the question properly that I was going to get in like — they were going to call me out anyway," she added.
The "American Horror Story" star, who is an unabashed fan of the "Real Housewives" franchise, went on to speak about the nasty responses she got from Lisa's fans.
"Listen, bless the fans," Sarah said. "Bless the people who have her back. That's great. But there was a kind of vitriol that was like, 'Wow. I didn't say she was a terrible person.' I simply said she wasn't that nice to me. She wasn't — and that's OK. It's not a character assassination. It's just she wasn't that friendly."
Sarah was quick to point out that Lisa did let her hold Giggy, the "Vanderpump Rules" star's beloved dog. Fans, however, also used that to attack Sarah.
"I was just like, 'Yeah, I think I probably grabbed the dog out of her hand anyway,'" Sarah said. "But I was with other people that I think she liked and she didn't know who I was. I didn't expect her to know who I was but I just, you know, she wasn't that nice."
Last year, after Sarah's initial comments, the reality TV star seemed to shade the actress in a tweet.
"I am sorry, not sure I know her and I don't believe or remember meeting her," Lisa wrote. "I try to be nice to everybody lol."