Lala Kent called out Raquel Leviss for sending her a legal letter requesting she and her co-stars delete a sexually explicit video of Leviss they may have obtained.
“Raquel, tell your little Mickey Mouse lawyer that if he has stuff to send over, he can send things to my lawyer, same with the rest of my friends and cast alright?” Kent, 32, firmly said in a since-deleted selfie Instagram Story video on Tuesday.
The “Vanderpump Rules” star claimed that she “never in my life” has had an attorney contact her via her “personal email” rather than a lawyer’s email.
“I don’t know if you know how this works. I know you’re pretty brand new to the game — didn’t last long — look what you did with your f–king 15 minutes,” Kent continued, referring to Leviss having an affair with Ariana Madix’s now ex-boyfriend, Tom Sandoval.
The “Give Them Lala” podcast host appeared to get more upset the more she discussed the matter as she zoomed in on her face several times to emphasize, “that’s why we have counsel, K?”
“I don’t wanna deal! I have a life going on, I got a little baby to take care of. I don’t wanna see that in the morning, I don’t wanna see that ever! Send it to Darrell!” Kent continued, referring to prominent entertainment lawyer, Darrell D. Miller, Page Six confirmed.
Kent — who’s had a rocky relationship with Leviss over the years — has been just one of the many “VPR” stars to share several thoughts and opinions on Leviss and Sandoval’s affair.
Leviss, 28, had her attorneys send legal letters to Kent and her other cast members to withhold them from showing others a recording taken of Leviss from an intimate FaceTime call with Sandoval, 39.
Leviss’ attorney alleges that the video was recorded “illegally without [her] knowledge or consent” and cited a California law against revenge porn, TMZ reported on Tuesday.
The letter didn’t specify if it was Sandoval who recorded it, but the video at hand appears to be the same sexually explicit video of Leviss that Madix, 37, found on Sandoval’s phone on Wednesday night.
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Upon seeing the video, Madix discovered that Sandoval and Leviss began their “full-on affair” last summer and had been “communicating inappropriately” ever since. One insider even told us that Leviss had “slept over Tom and Ariana’s house when Ariana’s been out of town.”
“Ariana was blindsided by the cheating,” a source previously told us, adding that Madix had “no idea there were any issues” with Sandoval and feels “betrayed” by Leviss.
Page Six confirmed that Madix subsequently dumped him after nearly ten years of dating.
Neither Sandoval nor Leviss — who have been wearing matching lightning bolt necklaces throughout their affair — have shared their intentions for one another, but one insider told us they “want to be together.”
Sandoval seemingly confirmed they were still seeing each other after he paid Leviss a late-night visit to her apartment on Saturday night. Bravo producer Andy Cohen also said that “from my intelligence,” the two are “still” together.
Leviss has not discussed the affair or legal letters at all, but Sandoval shared a lengthy statement talking about people’s “anger & disappointment” towards him. However, he notably didn’t say anything about Madix specifically.
Both Bravo and Cohen confirmed that cameras have been filming the entire bombshell — A.K.A. “Scandoval” — and it will play out before the reunion airs.
In the meantime, fans can get their fix of “Vanderpump Rules” on Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET.
The show’s matriarch, Lisa Vanderpump, will also be the first cast member to appear on “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen,” airing on Wednesday at 10 p.m. ET on Bravo.
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