Former RHOBH Star Takes Action After Receiving Legal Notice

A former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star was despatched a authorized discover from Diana Jenkins, based on an image that Jenkins shared on her Instagram account.

“For too lengthy, irresponsible journalists, bloggers and social media commentators have unfold hurtful lies about me with out penalties. I’ll now not sit again and permit them to smear my identify with impunity. I’ve instructed my attorneys to take no matter motion is important to take away these false statements and to pursue justice from those that have been spreading lies about me,” Jenkins captioned a photograph of a number of paperwork.

One of the paperwork had Dana Wilkey’s identify on the prime. The doc, which seems to be much like a stop and desist, was despatched to the season 2 “pal of” for her podcast, “Dishing Drama.” Jenkins had her attorneys ship letters to any and all shops that will have instructed that Jenkins had ties to Jeffrey Epstein.

Although the wording on the doc despatched to Wilkey cannot be seen within the photograph, she seems to have taken motion.

Here’s what you should know:

Wilkey Has Deleted the Podcasts in Which She Discussed Jenkins

According to Page Six, Wilkey has deleted two podcast episodes, “Deep Dive on Sanela Diana Jenkins with Enty, half 1” and “Deep Dive on Sanela Diana Jenkins with Enty, half 2.” Both of the episodes had been launched in May 2022 however are now not out there for streaming.

“We launched the marketing campaign right now by sending authorized letters…I can’t cease till justice is served,” Jenkins’ Instagram caption continued. The RHOBH star turned off the feedback on that publish.

Meanwhile, Wilkey hasn’t made point out of Jenkins or the stop and desist letter. Her social media account is crammed with controversial posts, together with one that implies Mauricio Umansky and Dorit Kemsley are having a secret affair, however there is not any point out of Jenkins.

Jenkins Filed a Lawsuit Against ‘John Doe, Roes’

After sending a powerful message to those that have unfold gossip about her, Jenkins determined to take extra authorized motion.

On September 8, 2022, Jenkins’ attorneys filed a lawsuit towards the folks behind the bot assaults on Garcelle Beauvais’ 14-year-old son. Jax Nilon was pressured to make his Instagram account non-public after he acquired dozens of hurtful, harassing messages.

“My attorneys filed a lawsuit right now in Los Angeles Superior Court to establish and maintain accountable these individuals who used bots to ship hateful social media messages to Garcelle’s son,” she captioned an Instagram publish.

“It is fallacious to ship racist and bullying messages to a 14-year-old boy. It is fallacious to fake that another person was the individual liable for sending these messages. And it’s fallacious to mastermind this hateful marketing campaign in anonymity. This motion seeks to unmask and maintain accountable the morally bankrupt one that has attacked a toddler and positioned the blame for his or her actions on Ms. Jenkins,” the lawsuit reads.

The transfer comes two weeks after Jenkins denied that she was behind the assaults. “Nothing could possibly be farther from the reality,” she wrote in a press release on Instagram.

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