Thomas Ravenel threw daggers at his former “Southern Charm” co-star Leva Bonaparte.
“I just watched the latest update on Southern Charm and I can’t believe the most annoying person is still Leva,” the 61-year-old reality star. wrote via Twitter SATURDAY.
It’s unclear exactly what prompted Ravenel to pick up the “Southern Hospitality” star, 44, but his rants about the show didn’t stop there.
Ravenel also remarked in the comments about the show’s viewership, writing that “viewership grew from 1.5 million to 250,000” after its release.
The controversial former politician still seems to be an avid viewer of the South Carolina-based reality show, despite leaving the show more than five years ago.
Ravenel’s stint on the Bravo show ended in 2018 after he pleaded guilty to a*sault and battery.
Her then-nanny, Dawn Ledwell, filed a complaint in 2015 after Ravenel tried to forcefully kiss her at his home.
The father-of-three admitted his wrongdoing in court at the time, saying: “Your Honour, on the night of the incident, I attempted to kiss her and in the process I grabbed her arm and it was wrong and I am very grateful to have the opportunity to apologize to him in court today.
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He received a 30-day suspended jail sentence and a $500 fine and avoided jail time.
Ravenel also had a messy custody battle over ex-girlfriend Kathryn Dennis.
Ravenel — who shares son St. Julien Rembert and daughter Kensington Calhoun with his former co-star — was granted sole and permanent custody of their children in May.
In August 2022, Ravenel took to Twitter to criticize Bravo after he was apparently unhappy with how the network covered the custody battle.
“If I lost full custody of my children, all Bravo-controlled media would be talking about what an awful father I am,” the disgraced, and quickly deleted, politician wrote on Twitter at the time.
“Instead, because I have full custody, the narrative is that I bought out the system and the family court is corrupt.”
He concluded: “I think Bravo is corrupt. »