Scheana Shay revealed she had an “intense” discussion with Tom Sandoval about his affair with Raquel Leviss, which will air on the current “Vanderpump Rules” season.
“I assume it may be one of the last things that airs this season,” Shay teased on Friday’s episode of her Dear Media podcast “Scheananigans.”
“It was very intense, I’m not even gonna get into the details of it,” Shay continued, further confirming that the conversation took place in her home and was filmed as part of the post-“Scandoval” footage.
The “Good As Gold” singer, 37, also touched upon feeling like “the worst judge of character” amid her close friendship with both Sandoval and Leviss.
“This is someone who, for the last 13 14 years of my life, has been one of the most generous, kind, giving [people],” she said of Sandoval as her voice cracked. “He was the first one there to donate, to do anything.”
In fact, Shay, 37, said it was “even more of a mindf–k” to watch the rest of the season knowing Sandoval, 40, was having a “full-on affair” with Leviss, 28, despite being in a decade-long relationship with her BFF, Ariana Madix.
However, it’s unclear when Shay recorded the episode, but it most likely happened before the cast sat down for the highly anticipated Season 10 reunion taping on Thursday.
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Shay and Leviss were forced to film their parts of the reunion separately, since, at the time, the latter had obtained a temporary restraining order against her former friend for allegedly hitting her.
Ironically, after the reunion had been filmed, Leviss announced on Friday that she was dropping the permanent restraining order case she filed on March 7.
Shay’s attorney has denied the claims that Shay got physical with Leviss upon discovering her affair with Sandoval.
“I didn’t want to continue with the permanent RO nor did I want to cause Scheana further agony and stress,” Leviss told Entertainment Tonight.
Even though Shay and Leviss were separated, the taping still “became explosive within two minutes and never let up,” sources told TMZ on Friday.
Host Andy Cohen allegedly had to separate two cast members before things turned physical and an insider told the outlet the instigator was “not someone you’d guess.”
“It was like a nuclear bomb went off in the studio,” a source said.
“Vanderpump Rules” airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.