RHOBH‘s Diana Jenkins is suing the ‘Crazy Days & Nights‘ blogger. If you are asking what in the heck we are talking about, we got you. The website has posted many stories about Jenkins, not in a very flattering light. Most of this was based around her antics during season 12 of the show. A season she swears ruined her reputation. There is also a hefty accusation among the many that stand out. But like all Real Housewives, there does seem to be a lack of holding herself accountable for anything. There is one writer of the blog she is specifically targeting, too. The blogger’s name is Enty Lawyer.
She swears up and down that “Enty Lawyer” published a ton of B.S. allegations about her. For that reason alone, Enty and the whole ‘Crazy Days & Nights‘ have become her scapegoats. That said, one side will have to prove the other as lying, which should make for an interesting outcome here. That said, some of the accusations are really heavy, as seen below.
RHOBH Diana Jenkins Suing Blogger
Crazy Days and Nights launched in 2006, and is the hotbed of allegations against Diana. From claiming that she was a close friend of Jeffrey Epstein’s, to adding fuel to the fire with allegations related to Room 23, “Enty Lawyer” has cornered the market on sharing rumors about Diana. As Diana’s said, she has enough money to get to the bottom of the gossip, and all the time in the world to investigate the claims that she says are false. Other media outlets circulating similar rumors removed content about Diana. Now, the RHOBH star seems determined to follow through, by holding the mysterious CDAN blogger accountable. While the Bosnian refugee-turned-RHOBH star likely won’t be returning for a second season, she’s certainly made a splash with her legal woes. She came to change the narrative regarding her reputation.
RHOBH‘s Diana Jenkins is suing the ‘Crazy Days & Nights‘ blogger. Honestly, as a writer, I am on the fence about this. On the one hand, if websites are printing lies, by all means, cripple them. But this is a perfect example of ‘shoot the messenger.’ They might be reporting on things that are being told to them. It becomes a dangerous game when bloggers have to start worrying about being sued for reporting news. It’s a slippery slope.
Furthermore, what is to stop her from suing us for reporting on this? In the same breath, some of these accusations are too extra. “Sex Trafficking” isn’t a term that should be used lightly.
We will keep you updated on this story as it progresses.