'Vanderpump Rules' Star James Kennedy's Mom Slams Kristen Doute And Katie Maloney!
For the most part, the parents of the stars of 'Vanderpump Rules' tend to stay out of the drama between the cast members. After making an appearance on the latest episode of the Bravo show, James Kennedy's mom is standing by her son at this time of public scrutiny.
To sum up the last few installments of the series, the DJ has been exhibiting despicable behavior. Between calling some of his co-workers names and telling Katie Maloney to 'lose some weight' -- it's not hard to see why Lisa Vanderpump fired him for the umpteenth time.
James's mom, Jacqueline Georgiou, paid a visit to LVP herself to talk about her son's naughty actions. After hearing what he's been up to, Jacqueline asked Lisa what did the women do to set him off.
After catching wind of the concerned parents' comments. Lala Kent took to Instagram to post a clip of the scene alongside a caption that read: "Is this forreal? Did this woman actually raise someone?"
Jacqueline also received criticism for not only enabling her son's vicious behavior but also calling LVP James' 'mother figure.'
The former model uploaded a handwritten note that addressed the situation.
It read: "To whom it may concern… When I filmed with Lisa I had no idea what had happened, regarding my son being fired. I watch [Vanderpump Rules] episodes as they air like everyone else and in my opinion, James should never have been fired. James never used the word ‘fat’ nor did he speak to Katie first. She commented on his shorts and James then responded… Let’s not claim to be a feminist then play victim"
Georgiou continued with: "James was 'working' is there a reason for condoning this in the workplace?"
Additionally, she said anyone with half of a brain knew what she meant when she said LVP was a mother figure to James.
She then called out Kristen Doute for physically attacking her son multiple times and claimed that the cast verbally abuses Raquel Leviss.
What do you think about Jacqueline's note? Should she stay out of it?