Raquel Leviss is sending a legal letter to the cast of ‘Pump Rules’ for posting intimate videos without her knowledge or consent,” TMZ reported on Tuesday. Leviss’ lawyers cited laws that – California pornography, which makes it a crime to invade someone’s privacy by posting “unlawful pornography.”
He Prosecutors ordered anyone with the recording to immediately delete it from their phone, cloud, or “any other form or system that may contain it,” according to the document. However, a source told Page 6 the video was not released midway through the show and said no one but Leviss, Sandoval and Madix saw it.
Neither a representative for Leviss nor his attorney immediately returned Page Six’s request for comment. Page Six reported last Friday that Madix, 37, found out that Leviss had been dating Sandoval for “several months” after seeing a s€x video on her phone.
A source told us that Madix was “heartbroken” because she didn’t know “something was wrong” with her relationship. 10 years with the bar owner.
The insider said Madix felt “betrayed” by Leviss, whom she considered a “friend”. Although the Bravo cast expressed their anger on social media, there will be more to come on TV
this year as the camera rolls on the damage of the case. The network gave fans a behind-the-scenes look at James Kennedy filming a statement Monday about the upcoming episode.
The lock screen placed in front of the DJ revealed the situation called “Scandoval” and will be part of the show that continues for the 10th season.