“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” cast member Lisa Rinna, recently claimed she received threatening messages for the past four months. The reality star has not been on the best terms with her Bravo co-stars since unfollowing a number of them on Instagram.
In a recent Instagram story, the “RHOBH” star revealed that an unnamed person threatened her several times over the past few months.
Rinna also shared screenshots of a message from a fellow cast member, Kathy Hilton, which she claimed was a threat from the star. In the screenshot, Hilton asked the 59-year-old to refrain from speaking about a previous conversation.
Read on to learn more.
Lisa Rinna Said She Was Threatened For Four Months
The 59-year-old took to Instagram to let it all out and, in the process, did some name calling. Rinna revealed that she had every intention of not holding back during the upcoming show reunion, and no amount of threats could change that.
Per Page Six, she posted an Instagram story on Friday where she wrote, “I have been ‘threatened’ for the past 4 months by ‘people’ basically trying to scare me, trying to ruin my credibility, trying to call me a liar, creating things that aren’t true and don’t exist, but guess what? Today we’re going to sit down, and we are going to talk about it all.”
The reality star maintained that she intended to “tell my truth” and talk about the unnamed issue. Rinna, however, did not give the name of the supposed person who made the threat and moved on to another threat-related incident.
Lisa Rinna Claims Kathy Hilton Threatened Her
The tv-personality shared a message from her co-star, Hilton, on her Instagram story. In the screenshot of the text messages, it was shown that they were sent as far back as January. The period is the same time the “RHOBH” cast made their trip to Aspen. Unsurprisingly, the trip had its share of drama, and the Bravo reality series Wednesday episode shed some light on it.
In the screenshots Rinna provided, Hilton asked the co-star to refrain from discussing an unmentioned topic to avoid a much larger issue among the cast. The first text message read, “Please do not say anything we discussed. Otherwise, it will make a huge scene that everyone gets dragged into. No bueano.”
The reality star sent a second text claiming that the issue was more profound than Rinna suspected and that she would ensure she stayed quiet on her end. “Please, it goes further than you would want to know. Silence is golden. I am staying silent,” it read.
Lisa Rinna Unfollowed Her ‘RHOBH’ Cast Mates
The past few weeks saw Rinna unfollowing several of her Bravo cast mates on Instagram, which caused a visible hitch in their relations. The 59-year-old also took down all her posts that displayed Bravo-related content from her Instagram.
Crystal Kung-Minkoff, Garcelle Beauvais, and Sutton Stracke are the stars the tv personality unfollowed before the show’s reunion. Rinna was not the only “RHOBH” star to unfollow people on social media. Both Stracke and Beauvais disassociated with Erika Jayne on Instagram, which resulted in an intense exchange of words between both parties.
The last season of “RHOBH” saw Rinna complain about allegedly being ill-treated during the season. She went on Instagram in August to post a picture of herself on the red carpet while clad in a stylish yellow high slit gown to remind her followers that she “was Lisa F–king Rinna before HW and I’ll be Lisa F–king Rinna After.”
Lisa Rinna Defended Garcelle Beauvais And Her Son
Despite unfollowing Beauvais on Instagram, Rinna was one of the Bravo stars to support the former fashion model and her son in August. At the time, the son released a statement that accused a “middle-aged woman” of spamming him with “racist and crude comments about my family.”
Other stars who showed solidarity on social media include Dorit Kemsley, Stracke, Minkoff, and Hilton. Diana Jenkins, a fellow “RHOBH” star, was accused of sending the messages; however, the reality star recently filed a lawsuit against the unnamed “bots” allegedly behind the messages. The messages reportedly asked that Beauvais “leave Diana alone.”
Per The Los Angeles Times, the suit read, “Someone who posts racist and threatening messages to a fourteen-year-old is morally bankrupt. But, Defendant was not content with attacking an innocent child. Defendant ensured that the profile and content of the postings would lead people to conclude that Ms. Jenkins was the one who had purchased the bots used in the attack. That conduct, too, is in the realm of the morally bankrupt.”