Lisa Rinna is best known for her appearances on the NBC daytime soap opera Days of Our Lives as Billie Reed. Rinna has also been on Bravo’s hit reality show The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills as a prominent cast member. Rinna was recently accused of doxxing a man who threatened to expose her.
According to Radar Online, Lisa Rinna of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills was ready to play hardball after getting a text message threatening to expose her. The drama began on Sunday when an unsaved number contacted her. “Lisa, you need to stop with your rumors and lies about me. There’s plenty I can expose about you,” the message she shared on social media stated.
Rinna refused to back down and instead urged them to go public. “You exposed yourself,” she replied in a caption. “Hey expose away can’t wait to see what you’ve got.” The Bravolebrity was soon chastised for not censoring the person’s phone number in her post, with several admirers accusing her of doxxing, which is the public disclosure of previously private personal information “typically with malicious intent.”
“Is it illegal to publish someone’s number like that? Some form of doxxing?” one Twitter user pondered. “Lisa entering her doxx era,” another fan claimed.
“I can’t believe she posted the phone number. Unbelievable,” a Reddit user also commented amid the online drama. Of course, many speculated on who the mysterious person may be.
“Apparently Kathy Hilton’s Assistant,” one wrote while another placed the blame on Rinna herself. “Lisa’s burner phone. Anything for clickbait,” another person speculated. Patrick Somrs entered the discussion, claiming responsibility for the content. “@lisarinna. Why are you starting drama with someone that is half your age you overfilled ancient dinosaur. Anyways here’s Lisa’s number since she posted mine,” he wrote on Instagram in a now-deleted comment that Queens of Bravo’s Twitter account caught.
He claimed to have met Rinna because he will be appearing on a reality show spinoff featuring husbands. He claimed that the new show will “compete” with Real Housewives and will have an all-male cast, including himself. “We met Lisa just to get some pointers for our first season and drama started from the beginning,” Somrs wrote. As the situation unfolded that afternoon, Rinna assured her 3 million fans that she was unaffected and continued to look on the bright side.
“What a bonus getting to talk to so many nice people today since that guy posted my number thanks so much!!! Love you guys so much!!! #Silverlining.”
Let’s see what Lisa has to say next. Doxxing is not okay, especially someone in her stature of society. It also isn’t cool to threaten anyone in any way at all, but two wrongs never make a right. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Thirsty.
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