EXCLUSIVE: Source Says ‘There Is No Lawsuit’ Against Lala Kent

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Bravo A "Vanderpump Rules" star is planning to file a lawsuit against Lala Kent.

On Thursday, April 21, 2022, a Screenrant report that has since been deleted indicated that Lala Kent would soon be named in a lawsuit filed by her “Vanderpump Rules” co-star, Faith Stowers.

A friend of Stowers told the outlet that Kent “pulled a knife on Faith while saying the words ‘I’ll cut a b****’ in the middle of a heated argument in SUR Restaurant during filming of season 4 [of] Vanderpump Rules.”

A source close to Kent told Heavy exclusively that “there is no lawsuit” and that Stowers and Kent are actually “good friends.” The source also said that there is “no legal action that can be taken” because the alleged incident occurred in 2015.

As for why this information may be coming out now, an anonymous source suggested that it could have something to do with Kent’s split from Randall Emmett.

“Odd timing for Faith to sue Lala considering Faith just wrapped filming her scenes for Randall’s new movie ‘Wire Room,'” an anonymous source wrote to Bravo and Cocktails.

Here’s what you need to know:

Stowers Opened Up About Being the Only Black Cast Member on VPR

When Stowers joined the cast of VPR, she was the first — and only — Black cast member. “I did a show with an all-white cast. I was the only Black person on the show. It was a lot,” she said during an Instagram Live with “Floribama Shore” star Candace Rice.

Stowers slept with Jax Taylor, which ended up being a major storyline on VPR. However, instead of people going after Taylor for cheating on his then-girlfriend, Brittany Cartwright, the cast turned on Stowers.

“I felt like after their friend did something that we both were involved in that he’s done like, a thousand times…they wanted to attack me instead of him. It was like they wanted to attack, attack, attack, attack, attack. ‘I was wrong and I was this and I was that,’ calling me names, saying my hair was nappy, which is weird coming out of their mouths,” Stowers recalled in the Instagram Live.

According to E! News, Cartwright denied having anything to do with any racist comments made about Stowers.

After Taylor and Cartwright parted ways with Bravo, Stowers told TMZ that she was glad that the network did the right thing.

Stowers Decided Not to Sue Stassi Schroeder & Kristen Doute

In 2020, Bravo announced that Stassi Schroeder and Kristen Doute will no longer be a part of “Vanderpump Rules.” The reason? The two women were accused of calling the police on Stowers, accusing her of a crime they knew she didn’t commit.

“There was this article on Daily Mail where there was an African American lady…It was a weird photo, so she looked very light-skinned and had these different, weird tattoos. They showcased her, and I guess this woman was robbing people. And they called the cops and said it was me,” Stowers said during an Instagram Live, according to Variety.

A short while later, Stowers reflected on what transpired after she came forward with her side of the story.

“There were a few people who didn’t agree with Bravo’s decision to do this, and they’re blaming it on me, because those characters for them were their favorite. But at the end of the day I feel like I’m doing them a favor, because I could have filed suit. And I would have won,” she told Insider in July 2020.

Although Stowers knew that Schroeder and Doute were the mean girls on the show, she said what they did to her went far beyond that. “It was a blatant attack on my life,” she told Insider.

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