Lala Kent thinks Tom Sandoval’s reaction to Raquel Leviss kissing Tom Schwartz was “gross.”
The “Give Them Lala” host told her podcast’s listeners Wednesday that she does not believe Sandoval was “jealous” when Leviss hooked up with Schwartz at Scheana Shay’s wedding in the midst of the cover band frontman’s affair with the former pageant queen.
Not only does Kent think Sandoval looked “gleeful” to have his “Vanderpump Rules” co-stars “fixated on” the smooch during last week’s episode, but she also described it as a turn-on for him.
“It’s, like, the grossness gets him off. … It’s sick. It’s so sick,” she claimed before imitating the bar owner, whose months-long dalliance with Leviss only came to light in March.
“My girl, who I’m f–king behind the scenes, is now making out with my best friend,” she moaned into her microphone.
When Scandoval first made headlines, Kent slammed her embattled castmate for “getting off on creeping around” behind his then-girlfriend Ariana Madix’s back.
“It’s that adrenaline rush, that high,” she said on Heather McDonald’s “Juicy Scoop” podcast last month. “It just gives them this rush that they can’t get anywhere else.”
Kent, 32, and the rest of her Bravo co-stars have since confronted Sandoval, 40, and Leviss, 28, at the Season 10 reunion, which filmed on March 23.
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The secret lovers were spotted together on multiple occasions after the taping, from a Musso & Frank Grill dinner date to an airport dropoff.
Sandoval subsequently told Howie Mandel in his first sit-down interview since the scandal that he and Leviss are “taking a break” from their relationship but remain “good friends.”
Leviss is currently seeking mental health treatment, which her rep announced Friday.
Sandoval, for his part, recently spent time at Miraval in Arizona. He blasted the resort Monday for outing his stay.
“They claim to be a refuge for wellness and betterment, but that is obviously false,” he wrote on Instagram. “They’d rather feed into the negativity and spectacle that has engulfed my life.”
Kent said in Wednesday’s podcast episode that she hopes Leviss’ treatment is not a “PR stunt” to “create this illusion for [haters] to back off.”
She admitted she would be “so offended” if that were the case, calling Leviss a “broken and lost soul” who made a “f–ked up” choice and needs help.
As for Madix, the aspiring actress lived her best life at Coachella over the weekend, making out with personal trainer Daniel Wai at the music festival — and again at LAX airport Monday.
“Vanderpump Rules” airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.