'Vanderpump Rules' Star Jax Taylor Attacks Another '90 Day Fiance' Couple: "Your Man's Nose Is The Size Of His Head"
In another odd attack, Jax Taylor has taken to social media to comment about a "90 Day Fiance" star. This time he went after married couple Jay Smith and Ashley Martson.
A Reddit user captured the "Vanderpump Rules" star's remark on Ashley's photo: "Your mans nose is the size of his head."
Apparently, Jax has trolled these two before -- most likely commenting on Ashley's body.
Martson hit back with: "Please stop stalking my photos and staring at my p****! That’s the only way you would know I have a Fupa, right? You’re gross! Ps. I have no issue spending a night in jail for punching a grown a** man in the face, or in your case, a little a** boy."
Immediately after, someone edited Taylor's Wikipedia's page.
"Jason Michael Cauchi, known professionally as Jax Taylor is an American television personality, model, hypocrite and actor. He also scolds people for judging him on his reality show, but likes to judge 90 Day Fiance personalities and doesn’t realize his own hypocrisy. He is delusional."
It could've been Jay or Ashley who changed the text or it may have come from a fan.
This isn't the first time the 39-year-old has been caught attacking "90DF" stars.
It was just a few weeks ago when Jax called Fernanda Flores and Johnathan Rivera 'poor and dumb.'
Fernanda fired with a classy comeback stating: "I want to talk to you about Jax Taylor commenting on my picture with Jonathan. He says Jonathan is poor and I’m a fool for being with him. I’m just thinking that I know people very very [improper] like this guy and the only thing they have is money. Because being [poor] is not about money. I’m rich. Jonathan is rich. We are rich. We are rich because we have each other, because we have love, because we have respect, because we have values and that’s something that money can’t buy."
It's hypocritical for Jax Taylor to be doing what he is to other reality stars. Not only because they share a profession, but also because he has defended his soon-to-be wife from fat-shaming in the past.