Feud Alert: Andy Cohen Weighs In on Denise Richards’ Epic Battle with Erika Jayne on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA – The ongoing feud between Denise Richards and Erika Jayne on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” has caught the attention of executive producer Andy Cohen. Taking a neutral stance, Cohen acknowledges the validity of Richards’ grievances with the group’s treatment of her during her final season.

Richards joined the reality show in 2019 but exited after only two seasons in 2020. Although she returned as a guest in the current season, tensions have not eased. The details surrounding the feuding cast members were revealed by Life & Style magazine.

The conflict between Richards and Jayne originated during Season 10 at a barbeque at Richards’ beach house. Jayne and Lisa Rinna broached the topic of threesomes, which Richards found inappropriate with her teenage daughter present. Responding to the insinuation that her daughters were aware of threesomes, Jayne claimed that at their age, they likely already had experience.

In a recent episode, the feud escalated once again. Jayne alleged that Richards’ OnlyFans account initially involved pornographic content. The heated exchange continued, with Jayne revealing that Richards’ 19-year-old daughter, Sami, had her own OnlyFans account where she earned significant money.

In return, Richards attempted a low blow by questioning Jayne’s involvement in her estranged husband’s wire fraud scandal. Richards accused Jayne of playing dumb about the millions of dollars deposited in her account. Jayne rebutted, criticizing Richards for her involvement with OnlyFans, where she allegedly charged $7 for access.

Reflecting on the altercation, Cohen expressed uncertainty about Richards effectively making her point and suggested she would agree with him.

“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” airs on Bravo, with new episodes airing on Wednesdays at 8/7c.

As the feud between Denise Richards and Erika Jayne rages on, it remains to be seen if Richards will gain the upper hand. Some may argue that Richards should choose her battles wisely and avoid engaging in further conflicts.