Vanderpump Rules star Kristen Doute has some advice for her co-star James Kennedy’s girlfriend, Raquel Leviss – “Run! Really hard and really fast.” Doute believes that Kennedy has cheated on Leviss, and she said so during last season’s reunion. Now, she isn’t backing down from those claims, and she says there is nothing that could change her mind.
According to Us Weekly, Doute was at her James Mae Collection launch party last week at Estrella in West Hollywood, and she says she doesn’t surround herself with Kennedy, and she thinks Leviss should also get away from the SUR DJ.
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Doute dated Kennedy during season two of VPR back in 2014, but the couple ended up ending their tumultuous relationship during season four after nasty arguments and cheating allegations.
When Doute accused Kennedy of cheating on Leviss during the season six reunion, he denied it.
There was also a rumor last season that Doute hooked up with Kennedy during their trip to Mexico, but they both say that didn’t happen. When she appeared on Watch What Happens Live after the episode aired, fans wanted to know why they should believe her now, since she has a history of not being very truthful about past hookups. Doute said that people should believe her because she is telling the truth, and the episode actually proved her claims.
Doute was referring to a moment in an episode that aired last April where Tom Sandoval asked Kennedy if he had hung out with Doute the night before, and he replied, “a little bit, but not really.”
But, Sandoval somehow misinterpreted Kennedy’s response and thought it was an admission of a hookup. Doute said her “brain exploded” when she saw the scene and realized Kennedy never said they hooked up. She had gotten upset with him and threw a drink in his face because she thought he had told people they had gotten together.
However, it was Sandoval and Jax Taylor who spread the rumor.
During the launch party, the 35-year-old also cleared up the rumor that she named her James Mae t-shirt line after Kennedy.
“He wishes! Ugh. Doesn’t he wish?” said Doute. “It’s named after my niece and nephew, the two most important people in my life.”
She also said she thought James Mae had a beautiful ring to it and it is gender neutral, and that is what she wanted for her line. She didn’t want it to sound “too feminine or too masculine.” Even though it is a female-driven line, she also offers men’s tees.
Vanderpump Rules will return to Bravo for season seven later this year.