The Tom Sandoval cheating scandal just got messier: Raquel Leviss is SUR-ving legal letters.
Her lawyer alleges that her Vanderpump Rules co-star recorded an “intimate” FaceTime session with her without her consent, according to the letters obtained by E! News. The documents are dated March 3, days before she broke her silence amid allegations of a months-long affair with Tom—a romance that led to his split from fellow cast member Ariana Madix after nine years.
In legal letters sent to him, his ex Ariana and other members of the cast, the attorney warned them not to share the recording or risk breaking the law. It’s not revealed what the video contained.
“We understand that sometime recently you and Ms. Leviss engaged in an intimate exchange on Facetime, which you recorded without the permission of Ms. Leviss,” the lawyer wrote to Tom. “California is what is called a ‘two party consent’ state, and accordingly such recording is illegal in California and can potentially expose you to both civil and criminal penalties.”
The lawyer continued, “On behalf of Ms. Leviss, we hereby demand that you delete the recording from your phone and from the cloud and from any other manner or method in which the recording may exist.”