CelebritiesBlogKatie Maloney Criticizes Raquel Leviss for Mental Health Statement, Confirms Rehab Stay

Katie Maloney Criticizes Raquel Leviss for Mental Health Statement, Confirms Rehab Stay

Katie Maloney criticized Raquel Leviss after a spokesperson for Leviss spoke out about her mental health. Leviss had entered a mental health facility after news emerged of her affair with Tom Sandoval, and a rep issued a statement requesting that Leviss’s social media platforms focus on raising awareness for mental health during May. Maloney responded to the statement with criticism, saying that Mental Health May isn’t “reserved for those who seek and destroy.”

Katie Maloney criticized Raquel Leviss for using Mental Health Awareness month as a way to seek sympathy while dealing with the aftermath of her cheating scandal and stint in a mental health facility.

Reality TV star Katie Maloney recently criticized her Vanderpump Rules co-star Raquel Leviss on social media. Maloney’s comments were in response to a statement made by Leviss’ spokesperson regarding the model’s social media accounts. The statement revealed that Leviss was seeking treatment for mental health, and during this process, her team was managing her accounts. May being Mental Health Awareness Month, Leviss requested that her posts focus on promoting mental health organizations and advocates.

In April, news broke of Leviss’ cheating scandal with co-star Tom Sandoval, which resulted in the model voluntarily seeking mental health counseling. Leviss had planned to enter a treatment facility before the Vanderpump Rules reunion was taped, but decided to complete filming before seeking help. Leviss’ journey towards better mental health was supported by Bravo and the show’s production team.

Leviss’ co-stars Peter Madrigal and Dayna Kathan publicly claimed that the model was at a spa resort and not at a mental health facility. However, Sandoval addressed the speculation, stating that Leviss was indeed seeking treatment. According to Sandoval, Leviss was in a mental facility and had no contact with friends or family.

If anyone is struggling with mental health, they can contact the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Helpline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357). It is essential to seek help and support to improve one’s mental well-being.

Kelly Garcia
Kelly Garcia
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