Kristen Doute Shades Ally’s Relationship With James Kennedy and Calls Him an “Opportunist,” Praises Ally for Spotting Tom and Raquel at The Abbey

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Kristen Doute Praises Ally Lewber for Spotting Tom and Raquel at The Abbey But Shades Her Relationship With James: “I’m Sorry You’re Dating Him”

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Kristen Doute praised James Kennedy’s girlfriend Ally Lewber for spotting Tom Sandoval and Raquel Leviss at The Abbey – months before their reported affair was exposed. The strange sighting was highlighted on an episode of Vanderpump Rules this season.

Kristen – who dated James in the earlier seasons – also threw shade at his relationship with Ally. The 40-year-old has been vocal about her disdain for Tom and James, who she dated on the show.

On her Sex, Love, and What Else Matters podcast, Kristen first praised Ally for spotlighting the controversial sighting at The Abbey.

“The Abbey, at 1 a.m., that was a f***** little Easter egg that I did not expect nor did I even know about until I watched this episode. I don’t recall my friends telling me about this little nugget of information. It was Ally, right? Ally, James’ girlfriend. So shout out to Ally,” expressed Kristen, via Heavy.

She then dissed James’ relationship: “I’m like, I’m sorry you’re dating him but good for you girl.”

Speaking on the Shenanigans with Scheana Shay podcast, Kristen previously shared that she and Raquel bonded over their mutual experiences as James’ former girlfriends.

“[Raquel] was willing to sort of commiserate with me on the way that [James] is and the things that he had done, and she was open to hear a lot of my truth,” she explained, before shading them as opportunists.

“I have always thought that [Raquel] and James are on the same exact level of being an opportunist,” said Kristen. “I had to remind myself that she was a fan of the show before she was on the show. And not that that makes everyone that way but, like, she didn’t organically really fit in with the group ever at all.”