The drama is heating up in Bravoverse! Raquel Leviss claims her Instagram was hacked as she continues her mental health treatment. Plus, Bravo launches an investigation into the “Scandoval” finale leak.
Let’s break down everything we know!
Raquel is not currently active on social media as she seeks mental health treatment, according to her team. The Pump Rules star’s team released a statement on Tuesday amid some recent activity on the 28-year-old’s Instagram.
Apparently, Raquel’s Instagram was hacked, but her team was able to regain access to the account after working with the social media platform. Raquel’s team will continue running her Instagram account for the next month or so while she finishes treatment.
A source tells ET:
“About a week ago, someone hacked her account and posted a Reel of Tom Sandoval dressed as her for Halloween. Raquel Leviss has not seen her phone or a computer for four weeks.”
The source adds:
“It took her team two days to get in contact with Raquel to discuss with her how she wanted to handle it. She gets two daily opportunities to retrieve messages and call out, so it sometimes takes a minute to communicate. Raquel came up with the mental health awareness take over for her account.”
Meanwhile, Bravo has launched an investigation into the Pump Rules “Scandoval” finale leak.
On Tuesday, Bravo was forced to release the Pump Rules season ten finale trailer after a version of the episode was leaked on social media earlier that morning.
A source tells Radar Online that Bravo is “actively looking into the leak.”
The person behind the leak reportedly released the “wrong version” of the trailer. This “makes it easier to trace back to the culprit.”
Check out the leaked trailer below!
Pump Rules airs on Wednesdays at 9 pm on Bravo.
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Raquel Leviss is currently seeking mental health treatment, which is why she is not active on social media.
Yes, Raquel Leviss’ Instagram was hacked, but her team was able to regain access to the account after working with the social media platform.
Bravo is launching an investigation into the “Scandoval” finale leak because a version of the episode was leaked on social media, and they are actively looking into the matter to identify the culprit.