Rachel Leviss will watch Tom Sandoval on The Traitors Season 3.
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Rachel Leviss ‘Might Have To’ Watch Tom Sandoval on Traitors Season 3

Tuning in. Rachel Leviss has assured us that she is done with ex-paramour Tom Sandoval. But that doesn’t mean she won’t watch him on TV.

The former Vanderpump Rules star has repeatedly alleged that Sandoval manipulated her. And now she wants to see if he uses the same tactics on his next reality TV gig.

Rachel also watched Tom on Special Forces

On a recent episode of her podcast Rachel Goes Rogue, Rachel told listeners that she would watch Sandoval when he appears in Season 3 of The Traitors. “I think I might have to tune in to watch that, I don’t know why. I mean, I watched [him on] Special Forces. Tom was trying to convince me to go on Special Forces with him,” she revealed.

Even though she didn’t end up going on the show, Rachel admitted that she still watched. “I did watch that and I did kind of have a little bit of joy seeing him go through painful experiences. I may have to tune in for Traitors,” she added.

The former SURver went on to say that Traitors was of interest to her before Sandoval signed on. Rachel shared, “I have been watching last season’s Traitors, and the dynamic is interesting. I don’t know many of the people on the [Season 3] cast, but I may have to tune in for this.”

“Because I feel like he is a master manipulator, and it would be very interesting to see his tactics in a situation where it’s encouraged to be manipulative. Like, more of a ‘put on your psychology cap’ for this one because it sounds very entertaining.”

The lawsuit against Tom and Ariana continues

Rachel might find the show entertaining but when it comes to real life, she is very serious about her accusations against Tom.

In February, Rachel filed a lawsuit against both Sandoval and Ariana Madix. She is alleging that they distributed explicit videos of her that were taken by Sandoval without her consent.

Sandoval tried to get the “revenge porn” lawsuit thrown out. But a judge recently ruled in Rachel’s favor, saying that she was protected under California’s Invasion of Privacy Act.