According to People, Kathryn’s arch-nemesis is the only person coming to her defense amid her multiple scandals at the moment.
As The Blast previously reported, Kathryn is having quite the month after first being accused of sending a racist message to a black radio host. She issued a half-hearted apology but fans are calling for her to be fired.
Things continued to get worse for Kathryn after she lost a lucrative modeling job due to her messages.
In the middle of all this, Kathryn’s co-star, Cameran Eubanks, announced she would not be returning for season 7 of the Bravo reality show. After she made the announcement, a story broke claiming Cameran was quitting to avoid her husband’s alleged affair from being exposed. Kathyn reportedly filmed scenes talking about Cam’s husband carrying out a romantic relationship with a local makeup artist.
Cameran quickly shut down the rumors and alluded to Kathryn being the one who leaked the false information. The accused woman, Rebecca Walsh, came out saying she has never met Cameran or her husband Jason. Kathryn’s former costar Naomie reposted the woman’s message writing, “To all those asking why Cameran, Chelsea and I (and anyone with a life they want to protect) quit the show. It’s sh-t like this. Shame on you @kathryndennis for this and many other things” with a monkey emoji.
Now, Kathryn finally has someone in her corner with Ashley Jacobs. Her enemy took to Instagram to write a lengthy statement about everything going on. Ashley shaded Kathryn’s costars for protecting her for years and only now calling her out. Ashley famously dated Kathryn’s ex, Thomas Ravenel, for years.
“The whole cast was aware of this behavior the WHOLE time. The only reason you defended her while cameras were filming (not off camera, keep in mind) was because you lacked the integrity to be honest and real in front of the cameras for fear of unpopular opinion.”
“You created your ‘Kween’ — this reality TV fictional character by condoning that behavior. And now you’re all upset about it?”
She added, “I undoubtedly was 100% wrong in my approach to calling her out the way that I did, but never once did I pretend to be something that I was not,” Jacobs said. “You were ALL enablers. I wish I would have used he word COWARDS instead. Seems a bit more fitting.”
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