Break out your face rollers, Bravo fans — as a result of the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” drama simply doesn’t cease.
In an unique interview with Page Six, Sutton Stracke alleged that Erika Jayne quietly made a threat worse than what fans previously saw on “RHOBH.”
“She did say something kind of underneath her breath to me that was a threat that I took very seriously,” the boutique proprietor, 50, mentioned.
“I said I would never repeat it, and Andy [Cohen] got it out of me [at the four-part reunion],” she added. “I don’t know where it’s going to be in the reunion, but I think we might get to hear it.”
Of course, this wouldn’t be the primary time Jayne, 50, has tried to browbeat Stracke, who unapologetically questioned the “Pretty Mess” writer’s alleged involvement in an embezzlement scandal with estranged husband Tom Girardi all through the season.
As “RHOBH” viewers will recall, Stracke asserted that Jayne lied whereas telling perplexing stories about the disgraced attorney, 82, with whom the latter “Housewife” is experiencing a collection of court-related miseries.
When Stracke expressed these ideas on to Jayne throughout a gathering at Kathy Hilton’s mansion, the “XXPEN$IVE” singer shot again, “Would you like to get sued?”
“I did feel threatened,” Stracke recalled of the contentious scene. “That night I did, yes. I didn’t know what that meant. No one’s ever threatened me like that. I don’t go to dinner parties with people like this that threaten [others]. I found it [to be] very odd behavior.”
In a subsequent episode, Jayne instructed co-stars Hilton, 62, Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna, Dorit Kemsley and Crystal Kung Minkoff that Stracke “should be threatened” by her remarks.
Though she might have felt intimidated at Hilton’s home, Stracke stood her floor with Jayne — and emphasised to us that she was happy with herself for not shedding a single tear in entrance of the self-proclaimed “ice queen.”
“Walking into the dinner, I knew it was going to be tense,” she recalled. “But I didn’t quite expect that reaction.”
Stracke — who, like Jayne, hails from Georgia — added, “She was going through a lot. So I was like, ‘OK, just don’t cry, Sutton’ … I wasn’t going to let someone point their finger at me, cuss at me and threaten me. No.”
While Stracke mentioned fans should “watch the reunion” to search out out the place the ladies stand right now, she urged that a future friendship with Jayne isn’t utterly off the desk.
“I’m a very forgiving person and I always have been. It’s the way I was raised, and I think it’s good for you to be forgiving,” she instructed us. “All of us should always live in that space. That’s the only way [to move forward]. That’s what I can say.”
Asked to share her ideas on viewers’ demands to have Jayne fired from the present for her doable ties to Girardi’s alleged wrongdoings, Stracke replied, “I am not a Bravo executive, so I don’t think I can speak to this one. I think that’s up to Erika. Whatever she wants to do.”
If Jayne does return, although, Stracke hopes to come across a special facet of her onscreen adversary.
“Erika’s really a sweetheart until you make her angry. I lived through it,” she mentioned, including that the part-time pop star was “fun to watch” in previous seasons. “She’s got a very creative side to her that I think is interesting.”
Jayne’s rep didn’t instantly return Page Six’s request for remark.
Part two of the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” reunion airs Oct. 20 at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.