Diana Jenkins‘ attempt to uncover the perpetrator(s) behind the racist bots that disgustingly attacked her former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-star, Garcelle Beauvais’ teenage son, Jax Nilon, has just hit a snag.
According to a new report, a judge has determined that there is insufficient evidence to support Diana’s claim that her privacy was invaded, and she was falsely implicated in the controversial matter.
“The reasonable take-away from anyone reading these posts is that they were created and posted by rabid fans of the program who were supporting (Jenkins) in her ongoing, highly orchestrated feud with the boy’s mother on `Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,”‘ Judge Virginia Keeny wrote on Monday, per Fox News LA. “Had the individual or individuals who posted these messages created posts that made it appear that they had been authored by plaintiff, the situation would be different. But here, the users posted these messages with their own user identity, photo, idiosyncratic fonts and spelling, and unique writing styles.”
Judge Keeny originally allowed Diana’s attorney to subpoena Meta Platforms Inc. in their efforts to unmask the person behind the cyberattacks, but upon further review, they withdrew Diana’s team’s ability to further any future investigative inquiries. This was because there was no suitable or sufficient evidence that someone was implicating Diana in the cyberbullying, contrary to her claims.
The ruling will not allow Diana or her attorneys to further subpoena Comcast Cable Communications LLC, Verizon Business Network Services LLC, Colo Crossing, Scaleway Inc., Inter Connects, Inc., LeaseWeb USA Inc., MPower Communications Corp., and B2 Net Solutions Inc. despite their requests, though Judge Keeny called the attacks “vile” and “hurtful.”
Diana’s attorneys initially filed the lawsuit, claiming that “the offensive comments about the boy were posted with the attempt to portray Jenkins as the one who directed, orchestrated, participated or approved them.” However, Judge Keeny responded by saying she could not find a case “‘that allowed such attenuated facts’ to support Jenkins’ claim.”
RHOBH audiences will remember that Diana came under fire and scrutiny during season 12 after it was insinuated that she was behind the racist trolls who bombarded Garcelle’s son with hateful messages on social media after the pair began a nasty feud. She promptly vowed to get to the bottom of it, maintaining her innocence, but no real perpetrator has been uncovered despite Diana posting that “Justice is coming” back in 2022.
The person or persons behind the bots will seemingly remain a mystery.