Lala Kent Speaks Out About Ex-Fiancé Randall Emmett's Alleged Cheating Scandal, Reveals Her 'Head Has Been In The Sand'


Dec. 1 2021, Published 6:27 p.m. ET

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LaLa Kent is not holding back when it comes to talking about her split with ex-fiancé Randall Emmett.

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The reality star, 31, broke things off with the film producer, 50, after three years together following allegations that Emmett was spotted with two women at a hotel in Nashville back in October. That same month, Kent removed all photos of Emmett from her Instagram.

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On the Wednesday, December 1, episode of her podcast Give Them Lala — the mother-of-one addressed the issue about whether or not she will talk about their called off engagement on Vanderpump Rules.

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“You know there are certain things that can be discussed,” Kent said. “And there are certain things that go a little deeper that I will answer to the best of my ability.”

Regarding the cheating allegations, Kent revealed, “I found out about the pictures of his name we shall not mention and the Nashville girls." She continued “[And] I decided on October 20th, the day of my book signing, that I was going to change my tattoo from [‘Rand’] to ‘bRand new."

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The Bravo star also explained that looking back on it, she completely ignored some red flags. “Unfortunately, for me, my head has been in the sand,” Kent — who shares 8-month-old daughter Ocean with Emmett — said. “I don't know how the f--k I didn't see a lot of this s--t.”

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The former SUR host admitted that during the current season of VPR, her “meddling in other people’s relationships” may have been a “projection” of what she was feeling in her own relationship. Kent has been vocal about questioning costar Scheana Shay about the father of her child Brock Davies.

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“I don't know what happened,” Kent continued. “All I know is a lot of things … that I meddled in, my comments didn't age well and I'm okay with that. So, I think a lot of it is going to be talking about that and having to answer for a lot of those things.”

Although the Utah native stated that she has no regrets about her time with the Midnight in the Switchgrass producer — but she knew it was time to go. “The second that I felt unsafe — I said this in therapy — I said, ‘The second I get a pit in my stomach, it'll be a different conversation,’” she said. “I got that pit and I got the f--k out. No questions asked. 'Buh-bye.'"


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