Lala Kent Calls Raquel “Obsessed,” Slams Sandoval as “Disgusting” for NSFW Video and Says He Got Off on “Creeping” as Lawyer Talks Restraining Order Drama

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Lala Kent Calls Raquel "Obsessed," Slams Sandoval as "Disgusting" for NSFW Video and Says He Got Off on "Creeping" as Lawyer Talks Restraining Order Drama

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Lala Kent weighed in on Tom Sandoval and Raquel Levissaffair while appearing on Heather McDonald‘s podcast on Thursday.

Ahead of next week’s reunion taping, the Vanderpump Rules cast member lashed out at Sandoval and Raquel, shading Raquel as an “obsessed” groupie, reacting to Sandoval’s NSFW video of her and Raquel’s restraining order against Scheana Shay, and suspecting Tom Schwartz will remain in touch with the apparent new couple despite their shocking betrayal.

“I think [Tom] was getting off on the creeping around [and] I think Raquel [was] fueling his ego, which a narcissist loves,” Lala shared on the March 16 episode of Juicy Scoop, via Us Weekly. “She was a full groupie … She was obsessed.”

“He needs that, and then when they get caught, it’s the textbook ‘[Ariana Madix and I] weren’t in a good place,’ ‘We weren’t having sex anymore.’ I’ve seen this movie [and] I’ve read this book a million times,” she continued.

According to Lala, she “can’t stand” Sandoval and is disgusted by the thought that he may have recorded a sexual video of Raquel without her knowing.

“If that’s really what happened, I think that’s absolutely disgusting,” she said. “I just think the whole thing is dirty.”

While Lala admitted that she and Raquel had “so much fun” during their cast trip to Las Vegas, she took note of how she was moving, specifically with the then-married (but claimed to be separated) Oliver Saunders.

“I just felt like, ‘This seems to be a red flag,’” Lala stated. “And you are going to see, it gets crazier.”

As for her thoughts on Sandoval’s friendship with Raquel turning into an affair, Raquel pointed out that the two of them had a “level of comfortability” between them.

“The line was crossed a long time ago, whether it was text messages, touching [or whatever],” she explained. “The whole thing has been not right [and] I’ve been picking up the scene of Raquel’s pH balance being a little f-cking off, OK?”

After then noting that Sandoval and Raquel are “still in communication,” Lala said Raquel is not smart.

“A smart person would have parlayed that she was a fan-favorite [and that] she’s finally a main character on a giant show that she was a fan of. A smart person would have made all the right moves to set herself up for greatness well beyond this show, which she did have the potential to do,” Lala shared. “Instead, she f-cks her best friend’s dude and I don’t think there’s any coming back.”

Although Lala believes the majority of the Pump Rules cast will never “talk to [Raquel] again,” she suspected Tom Schwartz, who Sandoval allegedly “very, very heavily” pushed to kiss Raquel last summer, would remain in touch.

Lala also touched on the restraining order Raquel filed against Scheana Shay, which accused Scheana of punching Raquel, reportedly in response to her affair with Sandoval.

“When someone starts getting desperate, I’m like, ‘OK this is when they start doing things that, you know, once you put something out there even though it may or may not be true, you cannot take it back.’ She’s grasping for anything that will save her, and I knew she would do that,” Lala admitted.

In other Pump Rules news, Lala’s attorney, Darrell Miller, recently spoke out about the legal letter Raquel sent to her castmates to prevent them from sharing the video Sandoval took of her on FaceTime.

“I don’t think it was personally directed at Lala as much as it was directed at a group of people, and that was kind of the other mistake — you’re gonna tell the world what not to do,” he told Us Weekly on March 16. “Sometimes somebody in the world’s gonna speak back, and that’s exactly what he got. … It was very personal and very random.”

As fans will recall, Lala blasted Raquel for sending the letter to her, rather than to her legal counsel, after she received the legal motion.

“Raquel, tell your little Mickey Mouse lawyer that if he has stuff to send over, he can send things to my lawyer, same with the rest of my friends and cast, alright? I don’t know if you know how this works, you’re pretty brand new to the game. … Send it to Darrell!” she demanded.

Regarding the possibility of Raquel filing additional restraining orders against other members of the cast, Darrell said he doesn’t believe she can.

“It would just seem very, very, very implausible that a case can be made against an entire cast,” he explained. “‘They’re all talking about me, therefore I want to restrain.’ No, you typically have to show some kind of real, direct harm or direct conduct, or something toward an individual that rises to the level of a court deeming that person worthy of being restrained.”

As for the “Send it to Darrell” meme that made him famous, Darrell said the experience has been “incredibly surreal.”

“I have a 12-year-old who wants four sweatshirts for her and her friends. That’s when I knew it really became real,” he shared.

Vanderpump Rules season 10 airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on Bravo.