Carl Radke is patiently waiting for some of his “Summer House” co-stars to apologize to Lindsay Hubbard – and hopes it will happen at the upcoming Season 7 reunion.
“I think people owe Lindsay an apology for blaming her for a lot of things that actually aren’t her fault,” the reality star exclusively told Page Six on the red carpet at the 2023 iHeartRadio Music Awards Monday.
Addressing his departure from co-star Kyle Cooke’s Loverboy company, Radke further noted that he would like cast members to put the “blame” on him, instead of his bride to be.
“She didn’t do anything wrong,” he said. “So I’m looking forward to hearing some apology for her [and] for [people] blaming her all the time.”
Radke, 38, was referring to several unnamed “Summer House” stars who previously claimed that Hubbard, 36, “changed” him ever since they went from best friends to boyfriend and girlfriend in fall 2021.
Hubbard said in our interview that she was simply “supporting” Radke throughout the summer – including when he made the decision to step down from the alcohol company after working there for three years.
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“At this point, are we really surprised that this has been happening? Like, no, I get blamed for everything,” Hubbard said of her co-stars. “They gang up on me.”
Hubbard added that she’s “seen it the last couple seasons” and even on the Bravo spinoff “Winter House,” which she and Radke only joined for two days.
“It’s just like, you know it’s par for the course. Is anyone shocked?” Hubbard asked.
Radke agreed, acknowledging the obvious divide between the cast right now. He argued that they need to figure out the “deep-rooted resentment” some of their co-stars “clearly” have for them if they want the show to continue being successful in the future.
Radke and Cooke, 40, were initially able to squash their beef before the current season of “Summer House” aired. However, their repaired friendship doesn’t seem to have lasted very long.
Cooke recently called Hubbard the “most calculated person” he’s ever met after she expressed similar sentiments about her co-star during Page Six’s “Virtual Reali-Tea” live show last month.
“Summer House” airs Mondays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.