Bravo Shuts Down Production Of RHOBH Season 12 After Lisa Rinna, Erika Jayne & Garcelle Beauvais Test Positive For COVID
Bravo has been forced to shut down the production of Season 12 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills after cast and crew members contracted COVID-19.
Lisa Rinna, Erika Jayne, Garcelle Beauvais, and a member of production reportedly tested positive for coronavirus late last week, causing showrunners to suspend all filming for at least the next 10 days while everyone quarantines.
According to reports, all infected individuals have been vaccinated, and their symptoms are currently mild.
Garcelle first revealed the news to her 1 million Instagram followers with a short, selfie-style video on Monday, letting her fans know that her two teenage sons have so far tested negative.
Erika has not mentioned the reported diagnosis, and neither has Lisa – although she did post a bunch of white flowers, which could have very well been sent as a “get well soon” present.
While it’s unclear whether the roses were gifted to the soap opera-turned-reality star, they would not likely be from her oldest daughter, Delilah Hamlin, who just put her on blast – again.
As Radar reported, the 23-year-old supermodel suffered an accidental drug overdose over the summer after her body became dependent on prescription benzodiazepines.
She revealed the news in a series of videos posted to her Instagram early last month, telling her 1.6 million followers that someone in her family had urged her to keep the scary situation, subsequent hospital stay, and out-of-state rehab stint all a secret.
The online consensus was that it was Rinna, though it was never confirmed.
In addition to suffering from seizures – which she says affects her ability to drink alcohol and fly in airplanes due to brain inflammation – Delilah has also been battling several ongoing mental health issues, including anxiety, depression, and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
The blonde beauty is now shading her loved ones once again, calling out Lisa and Harry Hamlin specifically.
In a video she shared to her TikTok page – which has since been set to private – Delilah explained that she wants her millionaire parents to help her pay for her “trauma therapy,” admitting that she feels the request is “unrealistic.”
“Unrealistic things I want for Christmas…for my parents to pay for my trauma therapy,” she wrote atop the selfie-style video that was set to the tune of Jingle Bell Rock.
While some critics have pointed out that Delilah is a working adult who is estimated to be worth around $15 million and can more than likely pay for her own therapy sessions, others have dug deeper into the star’s post.
Many think the public diss is Delilah’s way of perhaps insinuating her parents may have had something to do with her trauma and that she simply wants their acknowledgement.