“So, a friend posts a year old video of us working out and now I’m being accused of throwing SHADE?” the 34-year-old posted on her Instagram Story on Thursday, February 4. “Can everyone stop trying to drag me into this drama mess please? It has nothing to do with me and I want NO part of it.”
“A little thursday motivation for you lovies 💪🏽💥 life is all about the hard work and the HUSTLE! don’t rely on luck to bring you what you want out of life. ✊🏽😉 xoxoJA,” the hairstylist captioned the clip.
Naturally, fans noticed that Anderson must have been playing the bop for a reason. “I see what you did there,” while another added, “JLO music. We see you, JA.”
Instagram account @bravoandcocktails wrote, “Yasss.” Anderson replied, “@bravoandcocktails I meannnn someone had to call that hustler out. Good lord.”
However, things took a turn when the two got into a fight and decided to end their supposed fling.
"I am disgusted by this whole situation. You reached out to me... Your intentions may have not been pure but that may be you projecting. I've never said anything about Kristin nor would I. I came into this honestly with good intentions. I want no part of being involved in a payback or drama. But you initiated and pursued. If you weren't interested in something real you shouldn't have..." the alleged text message to Cutler read.
Then, Cavallari and Cutler — who are no longer together but appear to be on good terms — both shared the same photo of themselves on Instagram, writing, “The world is full of users. 10 years. Can’t break that."
LeCroy released the text messages after Cavallari spent time with her ex Austen Kroll last year — where the drama seemed to begin. However, Cavallari insisted she and Kroll were just pals.
Now, the Bravo star is making headlines once again for allegedly meeting up with Rodriguez, who is engaged to Lopez.
On February 3, Danni Baird, who stars on Southern Charm, claimed LeCroy and the former baseball pro had been talking.
"Months before [the show’s reunion special], I had heard … [LeCroy] had told me they were FaceTiming or something," Baird said on the "Reality Life With Kate Casey" podcast. "I never asked more about it, or anything like that. I just didn’t tie in that he was a Major League Baseball player."
"He contacted me, and yes, we DMed, but other than that there was nothing … I’ve never seen him [or] touched him," she said, adding that they “talked randomly” but it was never “consistent.”
“I have tried to be as quiet as possible. I don’t want anything bad for his family, or for mine. We are definitely innocent in this,” she said.
Meanwhile, a source close to Rodriguez told Us Weekly the baseball player has “never met” LeCroy.