Ashley Jacobs has been the new girl on the Southern Charm block — the California transplant causing quite a stir, as the fifth season of the reality hit winds down. Fans are clamoring for the Bravo freebie to go home — but according to a local insider, Ashley’s family is not on board.
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An in-the-know source tells AllAboutTheTea.com the real backstory behind Ashley’s controversial decision to move east.
“Ashley’s mother kicked her out of the home they shared in Santa Barbara,” a tipster revealed to AllAboutTheTea.com. “Her mother and her sister want nothing to do with her. They think she’s a lying, manipulative bitch.”
Ashley confirmed, via a recent Instagram response, that her Bravoleb boyfriend, Thomas Ravenel, had not yet met her family. The details behind Ashley’s move to Charleston are dicey and AllAboutTheTea.com has the tea.
“Ashley conned Thomas into funding her move to Charleston,” reveals our source. “He was completely shocked when she arrived with all of her possessions — her whole life.”
“Thomas did not expect Ashley to mooch off him for months and months — refusing to get a job,” continues the insider. “He now realizes that she lied about a supposed job opportunity in Las Vegas, an offer she allegedly shot down, to move to Charleston with Thomas.”
Ashley Jacobs often references a vague employment lead in Vegas, when recounting her budding starlet story to fans. Ashley finally got back into the grind as a nurse, but a source reports that the reality newbie is no career woman.
“Ashley hates her job, and complains about it non-stop,” dishes our snitch. “Her goal was to enjoy a life of leisure, and live off a wealthy man’s bank account.”
As social media continues to shove Ashley Jacobs westward — she’s digging in her heels as a permanent resident of South Carolina. Her future with Thomas Ravenel remains a question mark.
The finale episode of Southern Charm explodes Thursday, July 12, at 9:00 p.m., ET, on Bravo.
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