The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills always seems to draw controversy around every corner. The newest conflict to captivate The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills fans is without a doubt between Garcelle Beauvais and Diana Jenkins. Diana recently hired round-the-clock security to safeguard her family and herself from RHOBH fans’ death threats.
According to Page Six, Diana Jenkins has hired 24-hour security after allegedly getting death threats from Bravo fans. A source close to the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star informed the outlet.
“Diana’s team of security experts advised her to hire four personal bodyguards as they believe credible death threats have been made.”
“The bodyguards are 24/7,” the insider adds. “She’s taking every precaution she can to protect herself and her family.” Jenkins was accused by several “RHOBH” fans of using social media bots to post racist comments on Garcelle Beauvais’ 14-year-old son, Jax.
The Bosnian native put an end to such speculation via an Instagram post on Friday night. She further stated that her critics are currently “threatening” her and her loved ones’ lives. “Please stop,” said the mother of three, who has son Innis, who is 22, and daughter Eneya, who is 19, with ex-husband Roger Jenkins, and daughter Eliyanah, who is 2, with fiancé Asher Monroe.
I have been accused of instigating the hateful and inexcusable cyber bullying of Garcelle’s son. Nothing could be further from the truth. I have stood for human rights my whole life. There is no place for hate in this world.
To those people who have been attacking my family and threatening our lives, you are also spreading hate and creating fear.
In the midst of the current backlash directed towards Jax, the “RHOBH” cast, including Jenkins, Jayne, and Rinna, shared a statement issued by Bravo denouncing the insults. “We are shocked and appalled at the social comments directed at Garcelle’s son,” the statement read.
We urge our viewers and social media followers to refrain from targeting our cast and their families with harmful rhetoric.
On Wednesday, Jax responded to the comments on his mom’s Instagram story, pleading to be treated like a “normal kid” since he “did not sign up for this show” or “have anything to do with the show’s drama.” Beauvais has since expressed gratitude to individuals who have publicly supported her and Jax. “I just want to say a heartfelt thank you to everyone that has been supportive of Jax and me it means the world,” she tweeted on Wednesday.
It appears that the conflict will not be resolved anytime soon. Sending death threats, on the other hand, is very unacceptable and should never be done. Let’s see what happens. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Thirsty.
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