Everyone knows the Vanderpump Rules crew loves to party. However, over-imbibing has caused some problems for Tom Schwartz this season after he was accused of having a drunken makeout session with another woman and came off as unprofessional around his new business partner, Lisa Vanderpump, after some wild nights out.
So, naturally, one fan wondered if Tom has slowed down on his drinking at all in order to get his life in check during Monday night's Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen. Tom addressed his drinking habits that we've seen this season of Vanderpump Rules and gave an update on how he sees himself partying in the future, which you can check out in the above video.
Tom also revealed how he would feel if his wife got black-out drunk and couldn't remember making out with a guy during his time in the Clubhouse, and it's actually very similar to how Katie handled the situation with him. "Well, I mean, as long as it wasn't preconceived and she didn't have any feelings for him, it wouldn't be that big of a deal," he said on WWHL.
Katie opened up to Us Weekly about the cheating rumors in January and shared that the incident mainly made her worried about her husband's well-being. “I don’t want to worry about my husband making out with people that are not me, obviously,” she said. “I don’t want to have to worry about his safety. That really became a bigger issue to me than anything else … That’s really serious if you’re black-out drunk and [do] not know what has happened and why and how and where and who. There’s a lot more serious things that could [have] happened than him just drunkenly making out with someone. And that’s really where my concern is, too.”
Watch Tom and Katie work through their issues from earlier this season of Vanderpump Rules, below.
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