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Kristen Doute Says James Kennedy Abuse Claims Are ‘Exactly Right’

The topic of James Kennedy’s alleged conduct towards his former lovers is, once again, surfacing. Perhaps it was Rachel Leviss’ recent refusal to share why she broke up with her ex-fiancé that resurrected the topic, and the imagination of Vanderpump Rules fans.

Scheana Shay also recently spoke about repeatedly checking in with Rachel while she was dating James. However, Rachel supposedly denied that she ever experienced physical abuse at the hands of James, when Scheana asked.

So why are these allegations continuously resurfacing? James’ current girlfriend, Ally Lewber, has also defended her man.

Kristen promised to talk about the abuse claims “soon”

One of James’ exes is making statements to the contrary. Now, we’ve also got Kristen Doute’s own commentary.

In a recent episode of her podcast, Kristen made a particularly inflammatory remark on the topic of James’ alleged abuse. The conversation was captured on Instagram, as shown above.

“Does James have a DJ name? DJ Beats … Women, allegedly?” Note: It’s not great to joke about abuse claims.

“No. It’s not alleged,” Kristen said of her ex-boyfriend from 2015.

Without offering any explanation or details, the former SUR employee added, “We’ll talk about it soon.”

As mentioned previously, Kristen is starring on a new VPR spinoff called The Valley. The show will follow the lives of several VPR alums through the next era of their lives, along with some new faces.

Perhaps this is the medium that she was referring to, or perhaps Kristen plans a further discussion on Sex, Love, and What Else Matters.

This hardly seems to be a topic of idle gossip. But the returning reality TV star seems intent on making the allegations.

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