Bravo’s “Vanderpump Rules” is currently filming it’s 11th season and there’s word going around that Raquel Leviss will be apart of the season!
It was earlier revealed that Raquel and her team were dealing with negotiations so she could possibly receive a higher pay.
“Real Housewives Of New York” Star Bethenny is coming to Raquel defense letting it be known that Raquel should get a nice pay for the upcoming season and she should play hardball.
“She had an affair. She’s not the first person in the world that’s had an affair…You were wrong, you slept with someone’s boyfriend. It happens. You work in a bar on a reality television show, the most toxic environment in history. I didn’t think it was a big deal but, of course, the media gods came through and were marketing it like it was the friggin’ election.
The girl was a punching bag for everybody on every talk show in the entertainment industry. So you get beaten up? Like Erika Jayne did, get paid. You’re gonna put me in a ring with Mike Tyson, I’m gonna get paid.”
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“Vanderpump Rules” is produced by Evolution Media with Alex Baskin, Jen McClure-Metz, Joe Kingsley, Jeremiah Smith, Natalie Neurauter, Lisa Vanderpump, and Ken Todd serving as executive producers.
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