On August 23, Garcelle Beauvais revealed that her 14-year-old son was being bullied by fans. Since the online attacks were exposed, Garcelle’s Real Housewives of Beverly Hills castmates, including frenemies Lisa Rinna and Erika Jayne, came to the 14-year-old’s defense.
Now, Diana Jenkins, whose public beef with Garcelle is perhaps the strongest, wrote her own reaction to the bullying.
On Instagram, Diana shared the following message with viewers.
“Please read article I wrote in 2010 . Link is in bio . It might give you more insight into who I am as person and as a mother,” she said, via Queens of Bravo. “I am appalled at recent comments aimed at the child of one of my fellow RHOBH cast members.”
She went on to say, “No one should be treated this way, especially children. Sadly, this was not the first time RHOBH children have been attacked. This has to stop. Leave our kids alone.”
She then shared an excerpt from her Huffington Post article, titled “Civil War or Genocide? Ask the Mothers of Srebrenica.” In one of the lines of her article, Diana expressed, “I was a sister once. I am a daughter. I am a mother. And, what those men did, was not war. It was evil.”
A few days ago, before Garcelle revealed the bullying against her son, Diana and Garcelle were feuding over the Bosnian’s suggestion that Garcelle was insensitive about her recent miscarriage.
At the time, Diana approved a post that took aim at Garcelle.
“Start blocking people Diana. And don’t Mind these haters with agendas,” wrote @jbrwn1979 on Instagram, via TheRealityIsPod. “[Garcelle] is taking advantage of the time and knows what card she is playing, it’s in color and it’s ‘woke’ like her fans.. fake woke for their benefit. It’s a shame.”
Diana commented on the post with a simple heart emoji.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 12 airs Wednesdays at 8/7c on Bravo.