Lala Kent’s attorney, Darrell Miller, comments on Raquel Leviss’ legal notices to her Vanderpump Rules castmates, stating that it was a mistake to personally direct them at a group of people. Leviss filed an order of protection against Scheana Shay, who denies the allegations, with a hearing scheduled for March 29. Miller believes it would be implausible for Leviss to request orders of protection against the entire cast unless there was evidence of direct harm or conduct towards an individual.
Lala Kent’s attorney, Darrell Miller, has commented on Raquel Leviss’ legal notices to her Vanderpump Rules castmates, stating that they were not personally directed at Kent but rather a group of people and that Leviss would not be able to feasibly request orders of protection against the entire cast unless there was evidence of direct harm or conduct towards an individual.
Lala Kent’s attorney, Darrell Miller, is being thrust into the spotlight due to his involvement in a viral catchphrase, but his primary focus remains on the law. Miller recently shared his thoughts on Raquel Leviss’ legal notices to her co-stars on Vanderpump Rules, stating, “I don’t think it was personally directed at Lala as much as it was directed at a group of people, and that was kind of the other mistake — you’re gonna tell the world what not to do.” Despite being critical of the notices, Miller does not believe that Leviss can feasibly request orders of protection against other cast members unless they contain actual threats.
Leviss sent legal notices to her co-stars earlier this month, warning them not to share a video of her and Tom Sandoval that she claimed was illegally recorded during their affair. While the notice itself received some attention, Kent quickly became involved by blasting Leviss for sending the message to her personal account rather than her legal counsel. Leviss later filed an order of protection against Scheana Shay, claiming that the “Good as Gold” songstress got physical with her after a taping of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen.
Despite the tension between Leviss and other cast members, the Vanderpump Rules reunion is scheduled to proceed as planned on March 29, but Leviss and Shay must not come within 100 yards of each other and cannot communicate via Zoom. Miller believes that it is implausible for Leviss to request orders of protection against the entire cast without showing direct harm or conduct toward an individual that warrants restraining.
While Miller has become famous for his catchphrase, he remains focused on his primary practice, stating that he had “a good laugh” with Kent over his viral fame. Despite the influence of his newfound popularity, Miller is primarily focused on his case work and continues to provide legal counsel.