“Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills” Cast Member Diana Jenkins Is Suing Crazy Days And Nights For Alleging She’s A Sex Trafficker

November 4, 2022 / Posted by:

Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills try-hard Diana Jenkins‘ tagline was “The only thing better than having it all, is having even more!”. Now she’s enjoying a little more stress after people started believing the accusations she’s a sex trafficker. Even her RHOBH co-stars confronted her about her alleged illegal side hustle during this past season. For context, these claims have been around for a decade since Enty Lawyer, owner of blind item site Crazy Days And Nights, accused her of running a prostitution ring. Diana has refuted these claims on RHOBH and in public, threatening to sue Enty for his accusations. His response: “Sue me bitch!” And Diana must be a genie too because with help from her lawyer J. Erik Connolly she’s granting Enty’s wish.

Variety reports Diana is not here for anyone thinking she’s more than a lip-licking, Kewpie doll-faced wannabe Real Housewife. But there has been speculation that her soft-core coffee table book Room 23 (featuring Lips Like Jagger wack-a-doo Lisa Rinna) was actually a coochie catalog for willing buyers, another claim Diana has refuted. But Enty and his followers have been side-eyeing Diana’s extracurricular activities for years, which have become the basis of her lawsuit.

In the Crazy Days & Nights lawsuit, Jenkins alleges she was first targeted in the comments section of a March 2012 blind item about a TV actress who had been physically and sexually abused.

An anonymous commenter on the item identified Jenkins as “the Rosetta Stone of every scandal and perversion from H’wood all over the globe.”

“She’s been running a high class call girl/ party-girl ring for Arabs, Wall Street, DC, Royals and Hollywood elites,” the commenter stated.

The lawsuit alleges that Enty Lawyer would go on to endorse that claim in a series of blind items in 2018, and that Enty Lawyer identified Jenkins as the subject of those items in his podcast.

According to the suit, the blind items and the podcast left the audience with the clear implication that Jenkins had taken advantage of the actor Hayden Panettiere and had forced her into prostitution.

If any of these claims are true, then Diana’s tagline should have been, “Unless you’re an archaeologist, don’t go digging into my past!” And J. Erik Connolly not only wants to ensure his client’s good name is exonerated, but he also wants to unmask Enty’s real identity like Velma unmasking the monsters on Scooby-Doo.

The suit also alleges that Enty Lawyer tweeted a link to a story about Jenkins with a photo of Jeffrey Epstein, suggested she was linked to “celebrity prostitution,” and alleged that Jenkins had “spent a LOT of time” with Epstein. The tweet was later deleted.

“There was not a shred of credible evidence to support his allegations about Ms. Jenkins, but Enty Lawyer published them nonetheless,” said Jenkins’ lawyer, J. Erik Connolly, in a statement. “Ms. Jenkins did nothing to deserve these attacks on her reputation. Being in the public eye, being on TV, did not give Enty Lawyer the right to defame Ms. Jenkins.”

Diana also added a post to IG to let everyone know if you EVER try to discredit her morals, she’ll sue you too.

There was a rumor that Enty Lawyer’s real identity was Robert Downey Jr. (RDJ denied it). So if this lawsuit actually goes to trial and Diana comes out totally victorious, all eyes will be on RDJ as Enty’s mask is pulled off. And if it’s not RDJ under that mask, he will let out the PHEW of PHEWS!

Pic: Instagram

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