Erika Jayne Suggests She’ll Confront Kyle Richards For Talking About Her on RHOBH and Addresses Confrontation With Sutton, Slams “Dumb B**ches” Who Are Spreading “Conspiracy Theories”

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‘RHOBH’ Erika Jayne Teases Drama With Kyle, Explains Reason for Outburst With Sutton and Slams "Dumb B*tches" Spreading "Conspiracy Theories" About Her Legal Mess

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Erika Jayne is sharing where she stands with Sutton Stracke while defending herself against fan backlash as she also promises to address what Kyle Richards has had to say about her legal mess.

Viewers watched as Erika attempted to shut Sutton down on the September 1 episode of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. As fans know, Sutton has been the most vocal about Erika’s divorce and legal mess, even going as far as to claim the Pretty Mess author has lied to her co-stars about a number of things.

However, when Sutton tried to have a conversation with Erika to come clean about some of the things she’s said — with a lot of pushing from Kyle —  Erika was having none of it, and she forcefully told her fellow Georgia native to, “Shut the f*ck up.”

Following the dramatic episode, Erika seemingly had the same attitude when she took to Twitter to weigh in on her confrontation with Sutton and respond to fans’ comments.

She began by defending her behavior on the show and thanking her supporters before declaring she’ll never stop fighting for herself.

“God forbid I fight for myself.  Stop thinking I’ll quit just because you think I should. F*ck that,” she tweeted. “Thank you to everyone that is supportive and understanding.  I will not be stopped.”

Then, after one fan praised Sutton’s courage, also stating it wasn’t about Erika “fighting for herself,” the “XXpen$ive” singer clapped back by letting everyone know where she stands with Sutton today.

“Sutton is the only one strong enough to say what others said behind closed doors,” the fan wrote. “It’s not about you ‘fighting for yourself,’ it’s about you genuinely responding to friends’ questions and concerns.”

Erika responded, “We’re not ‘friends’ in case you haven’t noticed.”

However, she