The claws are out again.
Three months after showing empathy for Raquel Leviss, Lala Kent blasted her former “Vanderpump Rules” co-star as “hopeless” and a “coward” on Monday.
Kent said on Amazon Live that she has been “off the ‘gram” for a bit, so she did not realize Leviss blocked — and publicly shaded — Tom Sandoval on Instagram last week.
However, upon hearing the news during her livestream, Kent went in on Leviss, whose months-long affair with Sandoval sent shockwaves through the Bravoverse earlier this year.
“I see that the mental health facility really helped her. She’s just come so far. She’s just so removed from this world,” Kent, 33, sarcastically said, referencing 29-year-old Leviss’ three-month stay at a treatment center in Arizona.
“You know, I really tried, dude. Rachel, I really tried. And you are just beyond, like, helpless,” she continued, using Leviss’ birth name, which the former pageant queen has begun using again.
Kent told viewers that she “can’t believe” Leviss drew an X through 41-year-old Sandoval’s face on her Instagram Story after blocking him on the app.
“Honey, we’ve moved on. That happened 500 years ago, right? And if you had something to say, you should’ve strapped on your ovaries and you should’ve [returned to] the show after you blew everyone’s world up, and you should’ve addressed it,” she fumed before calling Leviss a “coward” for not filming the Bravo reality series’ upcoming 11th season.
Kent’s takedown comes less than a week after Sandoval commented on a Reel that Leviss posted to wish his former lover a happy birthday. She replied by sharing a screenshot of his blocked account and adding a GIF that read, “OK bye!”
Sandoval later called Leviss “thirsty” and “immature” for her public diss, telling “Extra,” “I still wish the best for her. I hope she’s doing good, and I hope she finds her happiness.”
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Sandoval and his longtime girlfriend, Ariana Madix, broke up in March after she discovered he had been cheating on her with Leviss.
The cheating co-stars remained together throughout the fallout of what fans dubbed Scandoval, but after production on Season 10 wrapped, Leviss checked into treatment. Shortly after, she and Sandoval called it quits.
Leviss then quit “Vanderpump Rules” in August while the rest of the cast resumed production.
“I refuse to not respect myself on that level where I would endure that emotional abuse any longer. I can’t do that to myself,” she told Bethenny Frankel during a recent podcast interview.
Season 11 of “Vanderpump Rules” recently finished filming, and the show is expected to return in late 2023 or early 2024.