RHOBH’s Erika Jayne Accuses Sutton and Crystal of Lying for Kathy Out of “Fear,” Reacts to Viewers’ Doubts and Doubles Down on Slur Allegation

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RHOBH's Erika Jayne Accuses Sutton and Crystal of Lying for Kathy Out of "Fear," Reacts to Viewers' Doubts and Doubles Down on Slur Allegation

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Erika Jayne believes Sutton Stracke and Crystal Kung-Minkoff are afraid of Kathy Hilton.

After claiming during Wednesday night’s conclusion of the three-part Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 12 reunion that Kathy used a homophobic slur against the DJ of the nightclub in Aspen where her meltdown began, Erika suggested that when it comes to Sutton and Crystal’s defenses of Kathy, they are acting out of “fear.”

“Has she not learned yet that no one believes her?” a fan asked of Erika in a comment, as seen in a screenshot shared by the Queens of Bravo on Instagram. “Why would Sutton and Crystal lie for Kathy?”

“Fear,” Erika replied.

RHOBH Erika Jayne Claims Sutton and Crystal Lied for Kathy Out of Fear

During the RHOBH reunion, Erika accused Kathy of labeling the DJ an “old, white f—–” as Kathy denied any such thing, saying that she doesn’t speak in that manner and pointing out that she has “more credibility” than Erika.

Kathy also said an investigation led by HR proved nothing as Erika claimed she was trying to “save herself.”

In another message shared on Instagram, Erika doubled down on her claim against Kathy, saying that when it comes to viewers not believing her allegation, she knows the truth and will continue to stand by it.

“I was there. It happened,” she declared. “What the ‘audience’ chooses to believe is beyond my control. I will never back down from the truth of what happened that night at the club in Aspen.”

RHOBH Erika Jayne Doubles Down on Homophobic Slur Allegation Against Kathy

Although Lisa Rinna‘s relationship with Kyle Richards became strained after she came forward with claims against Kathy, including allegations that her castmate threatened Kyle and her family amid her meltdown, Erika said earlier this month at BravoCon that she and Kyle are currently in a “good” place, despite the slur accusation she made against her at the reunion.

“We’re good,” Erika told Access Hollywood of herself and Kyle. “And I think the great thing about being friends with Kyle for so long is that we know really where each other stands and we don’t want to fight either, and so you move things around and try to make up as fast as possible.”

“I am fine with everyone, and I’m fine with where I stand. I come to this experience with an open heart, and I tell the truth, and that’s it,” she added.