Former Vanderpump Rules stars Peter Madrigal and Dayna Kathan have claimed that co-star Raquel Leviss is staying at a spa rather than a mental health facility, but an insider has denied this. Leviss is reportedly receiving mental health counseling voluntarily following her affair with Tom Sandoval and filming commitments for the show. Leviss and Sandoval’s relationship began in August 2022 while he was still in a nine-year relationship with Ariana Madix.
Former Vanderpump Rules stars Peter Madrigal and Dayna Kathan claimed that Raquel Leviss’ rehab stay was at a “spa” instead of a mental health facility, but a source refuted this claim and urged people to consider the impact of spreading misinformation on mental health issues.
Former Vanderpump Rules stars Peter Madrigal and Dayna Kathan recently commented on Raquel Leviss’ recent rehab stay, claiming that she is actually at a “spa” rather than a mental health facility. Madrigal wrote in an Instagram comment that Leviss is not in a mental facility, but rather a “spa resort”. Kathan, on the other hand, made a similar comment on an account that same day.
However, a source exclusively confirmed to Us Weekly that Leviss is “absolutely not” at a spa, such as Miraval Resort. The insider added that spreading misinformation and rumors about Leviss’ circumstances only makes it harder for others struggling with their mental health to seek help, and urged people to consider this before making any comments.
Leviss’ representative confirmed on April 14 that she is seeking treatment amidst the fallout of her affair with Vanderpump Rules co-star Tom Sandoval, which was confirmed in early March. She had previously spoken about her mental health issues and apologized for her actions, and Sandoval had also apologized to his partner Ariana Madix.
Madix broke her silence about the scandal in mid-March, thanking her costars for their support during the difficult time. She was recently seen packing on the PDA with fitness trainer Daniel Wai while attending Coachella in California.
For those struggling with their mental health, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) National Helpline can be reached at 1-800-662-HELP (4357).
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