Former pageant magnificence LeeAnne Locken has been on the heart of virtually all of the drama all through the primary 4 seasons. Even although she appeared to repair her relationships with Stephanie Hollman and Brandi Redmond, they ended on a bitter notice attributable to Locken’s controversial statements about Kary Brittingham. In a latest Instagram Live, the previous pageant magnificence claimed the 2 buddies “aren’t who you think they are.”
LeeAnne Locken acquired into a number of arguments on ‘RHOD’
Original housewife LeeAnne Locken has argued with practically all of her co-stars sooner or later within the first 4 seasons. In Season 1, she and Brandi Redmond bumped heads as she discovered the previous NFL cheerleader’s habits inappropriate, particularly whereas drunk.
The two then acquired into an argument after Locken tried to “warn” co-star and Redmond’s finest friend, Stephanie Hollman, about how the unique housewife’s actions may rub off on her.
Locken and Redmond then grew to become shut in between the primary season and the second as the previous cheerleader had an enormous fallout with Hollman. However, the longtime buddies repaired their relationship in Season 2, and Redmond stopped hanging out with Locken as a lot, upsetting the previous pageant magnificence.
Locken additionally acquired into it with Cary Deuber when she repeated a rumor that Mark Deuber acquired sexual favors from males at a homosexual membership. In Season 3, Locken’s shut friend D’Andra Simmons joined the solid, and Hollman tried to revive her relationship with the Infinity Dress creator by opening up about her previous.
However, she and Simmons fell out as a result of the previous pageant magnificence referred to as her friend and Redmond alcoholics, and the Hard Night Good Morning proprietor implied Locken’s fiancé cheated on her.
LeeAnne Locken left ‘RHOD’ after 4 seasons
In Season 4, the Infinity Dress creator had no relationships with any of her co-stars moreover Kameron Westcott, who the opposite girls jokingly known as Locken’s “puppet.”
Additionally, she didn’t see eye to eye with the latest housewife Kary Brittingham and mocked her in methods many perceived as racist. While Locken gave a number of excuses for her phrases when the Mexican-native confronted her, and in her confessionals, she lastly apologized on the reunion.
Just a few weeks earlier than the scheduled starting filming date for Season 5, earlier than coronavirus (COVID-19) delayed manufacturing, Locken introduced she wouldn’t return to the Bravo actuality sequence.
According to the unique housewife’s authentic assertion, she wished to go away to deal with her charity endeavors. The former pageant magnificence has since replied to a number of customers and supplied many different explanations for her departure, whereas Deuber claims Bravo fired Locken.
LeeAnne Locken threw shade at Stephanie Hollman and Brandi Redmond
While doing a Question and Answer session in a May 2020 Instagram Live, somebody requested if she remained buddies with any of her co-stars moreover Westcott.
The Infinity Dress creator rapidly answered, “no,” after which defined she is not pleasant with them as a result of Hollman and Redmond “aren’t you think they are.”
When it got here to ex-friend Simmons, the previous pageant magnificence stated, “not now.” An RHOD Instagram “tea page” shared a clip of Locken’s solutions, and the previous pageant magnificence responded to followers within the remark part who got here for her.
One person accused the Infinity Dress creator of “trying to stay relevant” and having her “camp” assault Simmons final week. Locken replied and claimed that her ex-friend attacked her first, and she or he merely responded.
Another person suggested the previous pageant magnificence to “move on and accept the fact that she’s not coming back.” Additionally, they reminded her that Hollman fought for her at one level.
In Locken’s response, she insisted that she was “beyond happy” to take a break from the “bs drama” and claimed the mother-of-two “stabbed me in the back several times.”