Vanderpump Rules’ Scheana Shay Reacts to Raquel Checking Into Treatment, Talks Shep Rose Fling, and Possible Pregnancy Amid Risks

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Vanderpump Rules' Scheana Shay Reacts to Raquel Checking Into Treatment, Talks Shep Rose Fling, and Possible Pregnancy Amid Risks

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Scheana Shay is speaking out after learning Raquel Leviss checked into a treatment center to address her mental health concerns.

After dishing on her and Brock Davies‘ plans for another child and looking back on her 2018 fling with Southern Charm cast member Shep Rose, the Vanderpump Rules cast member said she was glad her co-star is getting the help “she needs” before shading her refusal to admit she lied about allegedly Scheana punching her.

“Shep and I kinda had a little fling. It was a blip in time,” Scheana said on the April 14 episode of Scheananigans, per Page Six.

According to Scheana, she and Shep met a few years ago at the NBCUniversal upfronts, where she found him to be the “funniest, most charismatic person.” However, when it came to their short-lived romance, she said they “never got that far” and did not sleep together.

“Back when I was single, I dated a Shah, I dated a Southern Charm, I dated a Summer House, and I wasn’t allowed on anyone else’s show,” Scheana continued, giving nods to Nema Vand and Carl Radke.

As for her baby plans, Scheana shared her thoughts on welcoming another child with husband Brock on the April 12 episode of the Undressed With Pol’ and Patrick podcast after being questioned about the matter. And while she was previously against the idea of getting pregnant again due to her “traumatic labor” with her 23-month-old daughter Summer and past miscarriage, she seemed to confirm she’s now open to the idea.

“I don’t know. I had a very traumatic labor, we had a miscarriage before, I’m not getting any younger. I think the next step would be fertilizing my eggs that are frozen, seeing if any can turn into an embryo, consider a surrogate, consider adoption, and consider rolling the dice and hoping for the best,” she shared.

As for her thoughts on Raquel checking herself into a facility for mental health treatment, Scheana’s attorney, Neama Rahmani, the president of West Coast Trial Lawyers, shared a statement with Reality Blurb on Friday.

“We’re happy that she is getting the treatment she needs but none of this changes the fact that she abused the justice system to put forth false allegations against Scheana and she has never to this day publicly come out and apologized for all her lies,” the statement read, giving a nod to the since-thrown out restraining order Raquel filed against Scheana last month.

“We obviously recognize mental health is an important issue and wish Rachel all the best in her recovery, but we’d also like her to own up to her false allegations and publicly come out and acknowledge that she lied,” it added.

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