'RHOBH' star Erika Jayne seen picking up Chick-fil-A order in grey sweatpants after tiff with Kathy Hilton
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: After a long heated argument on the sets of 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills', Erika Jayne was seen ordering Chick-fil-A to her LA house just a few days after. The dispute revolved around Jayne swearing that she heard fellow cast Kathy Hilton use a gay slur during their Aspen trip. However, the latter denied all the allegations.
Jayne made her first public appearance after the fight. The American singer was sporting a grey sweatshirt and matching trousers which she rolled up just below her knees. The 51-year-old was wearing puffy bathroom slippers through which her Nike socks were visible as she stepped out to pick up her Chick-fil-A order. She also wore black sunglasses.
Jayne recently made headlines after her bold statement against Hilton where she accused the latter of calling the DJ an "old f***ing f*****." It all began during their Aspen trip where Hilton was apparently in a distasteful mood as the DJ would not accept song requests during the party night.
"I see Kathy coming from the dance floor, very upset," said Jayne during the final installment of the 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Season 12 reunion on Wednesday, October 26. "I say, ‘Kathy, what’s wrong?’ She says, ‘The DJ’s an old f*****g f*g,’ and walked off," quoted the television personality.
Hilton confessed that she was in a bad mood because of the manager at the Caribou Club but she refused to admit her fellow cast member's accusations. "I will admit to what I do, but I will not be painted to be this monster that you tried to," she said on the talk show.
The duo then continued to dwell deeper into an argument revolving around the subject until interrupted by the host Andy Cohen. He declared that the matter would be investigated which resulted in an inconclusive take by Bravo HR. Thus, the matter was dismissed as "a case of she-said, she-said."
Jayne, later, took the whole dispute to her social media and called out Hilton over allegedly using a gay slur. "I was there. It happened. What the ‘audience’ chooses to believe is beyond my control. I will never back down from the truth of what happened that night at the club in Aspen," she stated in her Instagram story, as per Page Six.