Claudia Oshry Accuses Kyle Cooke of “Robbing” Summer House Costars Over Loverboy, Claims Kyle Tried to Destroy Hannah, Plus Addresses His Meeting With Craig Conover

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Claudia Oshry, the front person for Spritz Society – the beverage company competing against Kyle Cooke’s Loverboy – claimed the Summer House star is “robbing his castmates” who are promoting his brand on the show. She also accused him of making it “his mission” to get ex-castmate Hannah Berner fired and addressed his meeting with Craig Conover before Craig announced his partnership with the competing company.

On a recent episode of Watch What Happens Live, Kyle shaded Craig, the boyfriend of his co-star Paige DeSorbo, for investing in the competitor spritz brand, and she suggested he has a history of lying.

“I don’t normally watch Watch What Happens Live with like two losers, but I did,” said Claudia of the competing spritz company on The Toast podcast, addressing Kyle’s interview with fellow guest Paul Scheer. “[Kyle] really went in on the after show and what he did was lie.”

Claudia claimed Kyle “doesn’t take on investors” – or give equity to his co-stars, fellow Bravolebs, or influencers who’ve helped promote Loverboy.

“Like he’s really gotten away with sort of robbing his castmates and it’s, you know, famously become an issue,” she went on, via @breakingtherulespod on Instagram. “Hannah Berner’s out her like shilling products for him getting nothing in return and then gets eviscerated for taking a brand deal with Truly … Kyle made it his mission to destroy Hannah and get her kicked off the show because she literally is trying to make a living.”

According to Claudia, Craig took Kyle to dinner “like a week before” making the announcement about his partnership.

“Not the day before,” she said, “He [told Kyle], ‘I wanna let you know I’m doing this partnership … but if you will let me invest in Loverboy, I won’t do it.'”

She also pointed out that Kyle admitted Loverboy isn’t a “spritz company.”

“He couldn’t really define what kind of company they are, cause I know they sell espresso martinis in a can, limoncello in a can, teas in a can, spritzes in a can,” she said, via @tasteof_reality on Instagram. “They would put their urine in a can and sell it if they could.”