Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

‘RHOBH’ Fans Accuse Reporter Dave Quinn of Fake Homophobic Cyber Attack To Shame Lisa Vanderpump for Trans Comment!

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Dave Quinn

Lisa Vanderpump felt the heat after she made a crack about Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-star, Erika Jayne, on Tuesday’s episode. 

The British businesswoman took the snarky “tucking under” shot at the dance queen after taking a filmed lie detector test — the polygraph strategy designed to prove her innocence in the “Puppygate” controversy.

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills fans stepped into the drama after a People reporter, Dave Quinn, sounded off on Twitter — then later claimed to be a victim of a transphobic cyber attack.

Dave Quinn weighed in on Lisa’s comment during the episode — taking the reality star to task.

Quinn later posted a screenshot of a supposedly received homophobic hate mail.

 

Dave Quinn’s post invited swift sympathetic support from Lisa Rinna, Teddi Mellencamp, and Erika Jayne — all within minutes of each other.

Skeptical fans soon began raising eyebrows at Quinn’s story — and  connected the RHOBH ladies as alleged accomplices. As soon as Quinn was accused of staging a fake cyber hate crime — he quickly deleted the hate mail tweet and made his account private.

According to the following Twitter user, the LAPD and FBI have launched an investigation into the alleged cyber hate crime since a death threat was made.

Do you believe that the People reporter pulled a Jussie Smollett — and did the RHOBH cast members knowingly throw in with his alleged act?

Let us know what you think — and watch The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Tuesday nights, at 9 pm, ET, on Bravo.

 

 

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