Who cyberbullied Garcelle Beauvais' son Jax? ‘RHOBH’ star Diana Jenkins identifies racist California user

'Diana is committed to seeing this through and unmasking whoever is responsible and all parties who were involved,' said a source

Who cyberbullied Garcelle Beauvais' son Jax? ‘RHOBH’ star Diana Jenkins identifies racist California user
Diana Jenkins and Garcelle Beauvais (Instagram/sdjneuro/garcelle)
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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Diana Jenkins, star of 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,' has identified a person who may be involved in cyberbullying Garcelle Beauvais' 15-year-old son, Jax. Diana's legal team is investigating a Northern California individual whose IP address and phone number were traced to the Instagram account @queenofthetea_ after examining data received under subpoena from Meta.

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Diana Jenkins' legal team is working to identify the alleged identity of the cyberbully who targeted Garcelle Beauvais' teen son following their spat on 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.' Diana filed a complaint in reaction to the racial cyberbullying suffered by Garcelle's 15-year-old son as a result of his mother's squabbles on 'RHOBH.' Jax said that he received hateful comments from accounts that were ultimately found to be phoney. Diana's prolonged conflict with Garcelle, as well as the number of online critics who defended her reputation, led many followers to assume she was guilty. Diana put an end to the conjecture by filing a lawsuit that appeared to be aimed at clearing her name.

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Who cyberbullied Garcelle Beauvais' son?

Following that lawsuit, the 'RHOBH' star revealed the purported identity of the cyberbully behind the assault. Page Six adds that Diana's legal team spent time studying data collected via a subpoena from Meta and uncovered a Northern California resident whose IP address and phone number were connected to the Instagram account @queenofthetea_. The page is one of many suspected accounts that sent Jax threatening texts in August. @queenofthetea_ appears to have deactivated its Instagram account. "Diana is committed to seeing this through and unmasking whoever is responsible and all parties who were involved," a source told Page Six. "She also wants to make sure that she shares with the public all the progress that is being made in this case, every step of the way." Next, Diana's attorneys will issue subpoenas to the internet provider and telephone company for information on the person whose name is linked with those accounts in order to identify the person responsible for the bot attack on Garcelle's son.

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Diana Jenkins uploaded a snapshot of a text message interaction with Garcelle in which she accused her co-star of mocking her for misspelling her name after she miscarried her child. Garcelle responded on Twitter, disputing the accusation. Fans and followers chastised the Bravo newcomer for overreacting, but she simply doubled down, accusing Garcelle of tormenting her over her accent and miscarriage. Soon after, a swarm of fake accounts attacked Garcelle's son on Instagram, bombarding him with discriminating and racist remarks. Diana's determination to discover those responsible for the racist attacks on Garcelle's son is highlighted by this revelation.

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Jax shared a screenshot of a racially offensive message he said he received from the @queenofthetea_ page in August. "You’d have your neck kneeled on if it weren’t for your white daddy," the comment said, adding, "Tell your mom to leave Diana alone or you’ll deal with us." Diana published a statement criticizing the behavior, but only after linking viewers to an article, she wrote more than a decade earlier. Fans slammed the Bravo actress for promoting her own self-interest and accusing her of funding the cyberbullying onslaught on Jax.

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"Middle aged women spamming me with racist and crude comments about my family is not what I expected for my first week of high school," Jax said in a message posted on Instagram by his mother.

Erika Jayne verbally abused Jax during Garcelle's birthday celebration, prompting the horrible cyberbullying incident. Dorit Kemsley was present when Erika instructed Jax to "get the f*** outta here" when he came to pick the remaining flowers from his mother's party tables. A subsequent deleted clip reveals the horrible reaction members of the 'RHOBH' group had to Erika's verbal assault on the young adolescent.

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Dorit and Kyle Richards were chastised for laughing at the event with their husbands, PK Kemsley and Mauricio Umansky. They all apologized during the 'RHOBH' Season 12 reunion, but Jax's abuse throughout the season continues to irritate viewers. Garcelle and Diana don't get along, but the Bosnian housewife is committed to her goal. Garcelle chastised Diana during the 'RHOBH' Season 12 reunion for all of her social media attacks throughout the season. Garcelle has stated her uncertainty regarding Diana's true problem with her.

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Diana claimed it was because Garcelle referred to her as evil. However, when Andy Cohen reminded Diana of how amusing she thought it was when Erika called Sutton Stracke the c-word, Diana said that the word "evil" is considerably worse. For fans of 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,' Season 12 went dark. Diana, on the other hand, appears to be doing her share to put things right.

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