Raquel Leviss seems to have one Vanderpump Rules cast member in his corner.
Since it was revealed that the 28-year-old reality star was having an affair with Tom Sandovalthe majority of the actors of the show Bravo very publicly criticized the couple for having maintained an affair of several months while To M40, was still in a relationship with his ex-girlfriend Ariana Madix.
However, one actor defends Rachel for his “errors”.
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By appearing in an upcoming episode of Behind the Velvet Rope with David Yontef podcast, Oliver Saunders shared some support for Rachel.
For those who don’t know, Olivier32 years old, is the son of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills‘ Garcelle Beauvais and work for Lisa Vanderpumpfrom the Vanderpump restaurant in Paris to Las Vegas.
“It was the wrong thing to do to one of his friends,” Olivier started, according to page 6. “It’s not the right thing to do to someone, but it’s like she’s living her life. Everyone makes mistakes, you know?
olivera went on to say that it’s “crazy” that “so many people want to try to crucify” Rachel for the matter, adding, “I don’t think you can really judge someone’s entire character by a single action that happened.”
“It’s like they’ve never made a mistake or made the wrong choice before, you know? It’s a human thing.” Olivier continued. “Yeah, she shouldn’t have gone out with her friend’s boyfriend… But like I said, we all make mistakes.”
During the current season of Vanderpump Rulescameras taken Olivier And Rachel fucking in a club in Vegas. At the time, Olivier claimed he was estranged from his now estranged wife Samantha Saunderswho insists they were always together.
If you missed it, one of Arianaclose friends put To M And Rachel on the breath after posting new photos.
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