Cross post from another thread:
Watching the "attack" again, I see the issue they have with Vienna, and it's not so much about her "honesty" or "bluntness".
After she rejoins them after talking to Jake, where he dutifully gives her some reassurance and then sends her promptly on her way while she makes gooey eyes at him. They asked her if she knew that she took him away from someone, and she responds with "oh Elizabeth, but I walked up and she said I'm not ready yet." Does she understand the words that are coming out of her mouth? And this doesn't seem all spliced and diced. She clearly doesn't understand. They tried to explain to her that other people didn't have one on one time, but Vienna just goes on with "but I wanted to clarify."
Then she walks off, and the girls are like that's why we don't like her. She busts in like a bull in a china shop and even when they tell her why what did was rude, inconsiderate etc. she still doesn't seem to get it. She sees the girl she just interrupted in tears, and she just stands there. Where is that softer side? Making someone cry doesn't seem to matter much to her.
Ali went up to her and Ella and let her know, because she clearly still didn't get it. She spoke softly and earnestly, no anger, no cursing, no yelling. She keeps saying she doesn't understand, but Ali clearly tells her that she's hurting people. What exactly doesn't Vienna understand at this point? And where is this attack that's mentioned so often. Re-watching the whole scene, I'm just not seeing it. There was no attack. Even after all of that Vienna doesn't seek out Elizabeth to apologize, even one of insincere ones would have been something, but she remains adamantly and determinedly clueless.