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Garcelle beauvais and diana jenkins drama goes off the rails this has to stop theyre just kids


The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills The Garcelle Beauvais and Diana Jenkins drama took on a life of its own and left Beauvais in tears.

The drama took a particularly wrong turn when Beauvais’ son was dragged into the heat. Trolls posted nasty messages about his mother on his Instagram and made inappropriate comments.

The whole debacle took a head when trolls began attacking Beauvais’ 14-year-old son on Instagram. Beavais and Jenkins fired at each other after one last time RHOBH episode, but Beavais and other cast members said dragging the kids into the mess was inappropriate.

“I’m usually a very strong woman. I was raised to be strong. My life has taught me to be strong, but when it comes to my children!” Beauvais tweeted. “It hurts, it’s not okay, I was in tears all night, it’s just a TV show, people are yelling at your TV, throwing something at your TV, but leave our kids alone.”

beauvais reposted comments by Lisa Rinna on why trolls should leave reality TV kids alone. And added: “This has to stop!!! They’re just kids.”

Rinna posted on her Instagram story about how some of the RHOBH Children have received hateful messages as a result of the show. She wrote that not only was Beauvais’ son targeted, but also the children of Kyle Richards, Erika Jayne and her own children in the past.

Bravo fan account The Bravo Chicks shared screenshots showing Beauvais’ 14-year-old son’s Instagram profile being blown up with angry and vicious tweets about his mother. “Garcelle’s son reportedly gets a lot of unwarranted heat on his IG,” Bravo Chicks captioned the screenshots. “It’s ridiculous that people think it’s okay to go after a 14-year-old over some silly reality TV show. Just stop.”

“A lot of the comments are racist, telling them to stop criticizing Diana because ‘all her family are immigrants,’ and a lot of them call Oliver a drug addict and just talk shit about Garcelle,” the post reads.

The social media confrontation happened after the last one RHOBH Follow Homeless Not Toothless during Dorit Kemsley’s charity event. Jayne and Sutton Stracke pondered Jayne’s legal drama. But suddenly Jenkins decided to come to Beauvais and told her she seemed the most cautious of all.

Beauvais seemed confused and told Jenkins that she tried to get to know her, but both seemed to shoot arrows at each other.

During the episode, Beauvais said in a confessional, “She wrecks me in a group text, she’s coming to my birthday party. And she’s totally b****. Google me if you want to get to know me. Google me.”

This is where social media took over. Jenkins Googled Beauvais to prove she wasn’t wanted that way, but then shared a screenshot where she misspelled Beauvais’ first name. Beauvais joked, “Lol, not the misspelled version.”

Fans joked about the misspellings and Jenkins wasn’t amused. “My grammar and spelling might be wrong,” she wrote on Instagram. “But the bottom line is that I lost my baby at 18 weeks gestation [the] in the most violent way and nearly died doing it, and I’m being mocked for spelling someone’s name.”

Jenkins added that Beauvais could get away with anything because of her status as a fan favorite. “Fascinating what “fan favorite” [can] get away with it,” she added. “C’mon trolls, do your worst, wait, you’ve already done that.”

Beauvais didn’t like where the feud and drama were leading. She tweeted for everyone to calm down, sharing that miscarriage is no joke. “I would never ridicule another woman for miscarrying. I had 3 miscarriages. I would NEVER wish that on anyone!!! everyone needs to calm down,” she said tweeted along with an article.

TIED TOGETHER: RHOBH: Lisa Rinna thinks she’s been “meaner” in previous seasons Garcelle Beauvais and Diana Jenkins drama goes off the rails – ‘This has to stop!!! They’re just kids

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Joanna Swanson

Joanna Swanson is Europe correspondent at the Thomson Reuters Foundation based in Brussels covering politics, culture, business, climate change, society, economies and inclusive tech. With specific focus in breaking news, she has covered some of the world's most significant stories.