After this episode I was inspired to google Paul Kemsley and his Wikipedia entry is quite interesting, as far as his financial history in England. Not knowing any of this before I was wondering why this guy who per the show seems to do little but manage the career of Boy George can be some kind of mogul. He did operate some kind of hedge fundy/property empire and was a vice chairman of the Tottenham Spurs football club. My eyes glazed over at some point but it sounds like it was all valued to the tune of hundreds of millions of pounds and kind of fell apart, as recounted on the show, 2008-ish during the recession. At any rate he was considered a portrait of success enough in the UK that he was featured regularly on the UK version of The Apprentice back in the day.
Nothing Camille revealed is all that shocking, dude has had debt and lawsuits coming out his ears for quite some time, but Camille is clearly making her bid for glory by bringing it up and I'm sure she'll be a full time cast member next season.
And I agree with you, it's interesting what a lady of the manor Camille acts like, scoffing at goodhearted and low key Denise about renting - as if Denise is trash for renting her house. Camille is a sharp-elbowed hustler that wasn't going to let anyone shove her out of the way on that Club MTV platform in the early 90s, dancing in her spandex bike shorts/garters combo. Alright nothing wrong with that but the idea she is some grand lady of Beverly Hills, arbiter of who can afford what and who is living above their means, is a joke.