Over the past couple of days, several celebs have come up to slam the actor for his appalling actions, including fellow Bravo star Meghan King who believes he is a coward for putting Madix in such a situation.
Meghan King Blasts Tom Sandoval For Throwing His Decade-Long Relationship In The Trash
King has no taste for men who are unfaithful to their partners as she has considerable experience in that aspect, thanks to her ex-husband, Jim Edmonds.
The “RHOC” star took no time in speaking her mind about Sandoval’s affair as she went on her Instagram Story with a candid video, lashing out at him for his disloyalty. She filmed herself looking natural, with little to no makeup and wearing a button-down white shirt with her hair left loose around her shoulders.
The TV personality began her clip with a remark of how she felt about infidelity, which she regarded as “cowardly,” before saying:
“I think when an individual enters a monogamous relationship, especially a decade-long one, you keep that commitment to your partner, you don’t then decide to have a seven-month long affair Tom Sandoval and throw it in the trash can.”
King continued, “You handled that sh*t before. Especially because these are two public figures, and now she has to go through your public cheating scandal with a co-star.”
The “Vanderpump Rules” co-star she referred to was Raquel Leviss, whom she labeled “thirsty” for watching the show and Sandoval’s every move on the program. The Missouri native felt it was embarrassing and was “so disgusted” to be represented on Bravo, the same network as Sandoval is attached to.
Moreover, they live in the same hometown, which she pointed out before calling him “disgusting” and adding, “Who do you think you are? I condemn your actions, make it better, fix it.”
King did not end there with her condemnation but added a text overlay calling out the “Alien Presence” actor and comparing him to her former partner Edmonds. She wrote, “I know a thing or two about a public infidelity scandal… (AHEM Jim). But T-O-M might have just become the next name to avoid.”
The 38-year-old then criticized him for being “gross” and causing his partner so much humiliation as she now has to endure the scandal publicly. Rounding off her reprimanding note, she rhetorically asked, “Do you know how much that hurts?!” before declaring, “How dare you. And @raquelleviss, take many, many seats.”
King’s outrage comes in the wake of “Vanderpump Rules” star Lala Kent bashing Sandoval in a similar fashion after he released an imploring statement for his affair.
As The Blast reported, the 39-year-old actor’s statement showed him begging fans not to punish his businesses and with no mention of an apology to his partner Madix. Kent was among the many who found fault in the statement as she took to her Instagram Story to emphasize his disregard for Madix.
“Sandoval. Shut up. Employees abort mission,” she wrote. “Where’s Ariana’s apology in this? It’s called narcissism… & it’s terrifying.”
Although Sandoval and Madix’s relationship officially ended with the cheating scandal, sources revealed that the duo has been having problems for some time as the 37-year-old actress endured a lot.
The ‘Playing with Fire’ Star Releases Beseeching Statement To Fans Amid Infidelity Scandal
Per reports, Sandoval’s affair with Leviss became news to Madix when she went through his phone and saw a suggestive clip of the 28-year-old on it.
An insider claimed that the actor and his mistress communicated inappropriately for months and now “want to be together.” The scandalous update caused an uproar on social media, and fans took measures to boycott “The Pit and the Pendulum” actor’s L.A. bar Schwartz and Sandy’s.
This led him to plead with them in a statement that partly read, “Hey, I fully understand and deserve ur anger & disappointment towards me, but please leave Tom Schwartz, my friends, and family out of this situation.”
He added that Schwartz had only just found out about the affair and disapproved of it while also imploring fans to direct their anger on him, not his business partners and employees who did nothing wrong.