There may be plenty of legal drama in the Bravoverse but there’s no lawsuit brewing between Faith Stowers and Lala Kent.
On April 20, a report from ScreenRant came to light claiming that Faith was suing Lala over an incident that occurred many years ago on Vanderpump Rules.
Lala allegedly tried to attack Faith with a knife but Lisa Vanderpump and Pump Rules‘ production company, Evolution Media, “discouraged” Faith from taking legal action.
In a statement to ScreenRant Faith confirmed she’s “in the beginning stages of legal action.”
A friend of Faith went on to make a statement to the outlet saying, “LaLa 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.”
At the time, “the production company Evolution and Lisa Vanderpump discouraged Stowers from taking the necessary legal action,“ the statement continued. “NBC Universal and the Bravo network did not allow the scene to air…in hopes of burying [the] consequences.”
However, a source tells Heavy.com that this story is pure fiction. A source close to Lala insists that “there is no lawsuit” and that Lala and Faith are actually “good friends.”
The source notes that “no legal action that can be taken” since the alleged attack happened.
Some are suggesting that reports of the lawsuit may have something to do with Lala’s recent 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 told Bravo and Cocktails.