Lisa Rinna posted a cryptic message about a “cease and desist” on her Instagram Story earlier this week as she and several of her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills castmates celebrated the launch of Erika Jayne‘s new hair extension line, Pretty Mess Hair.
As she reunited with her co-stars, including Dorit Kemsley, Crystal Kung-Minkoff, and series newbie Sheree Zampino, at Erika’s event, Lisa caused a stir on social media as she suggested she, or someone else, was being legally threatened.
“Oh damn are we back to cease and desist?” Lisa asked in the since-removed post, which was captured via screenshot by Queens of Bravo on Instagram.
Amid filming on the upcoming 12th season of RHOBH, which is expected to premiere sometime this spring or summer, Lisa and her castmates gathered in Los Angeles to celebrate the release of Pretty Mess Hair. However, in one group picture taken at the event, a couple of cast members were noticeably missing.
As the pic reveals, Kyle Richards and Garcelle Beauvais, both of whom are expected to be seen in full-time roles on the new season, and returning “friend” Kathy Hilton, weren’t visible in the photo. That said, aside from Garcelle, it is possible that the women simply weren’t with their castmates at the time the image was taken.
As RHOBH fans may have heard, Erika and Garcelle, who butted heads on a number of occasions amid season 11, have continued their feud throughout production on the new episodes, with Garcelle unfollowing Erika on Instagram amid the cast’s apparently drama-filled trip to Aspen.
Although it is unclear whether or not Garcelle was involved in the cease and desist drama Lisa gave a nod to on her Instagram Story, it doesn’t seem that Garcelle and Erika will reconcile anytime soon. After all, during a recent episode of The Real, Garcelle confirmed they are “not friends” while explaining her decision to hit the “unfollow” button.
“All I can say is, she called me something that I did not like, and so therefore, when somebody offends you in a way, I don’t want to see her posts, I don’t want to put a little like,” Garcelle shared. “So, I thought, ‘I’m going to unfollow her, I don’t want to see her posts.'”
“I guess it’s a new way of saying I don’t like you, but I don’t want to tell you, so I’m just going to unfollow you,” she added.
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