In PEOPLE's exclusive sneak peek at Peacock's latest uncensored 'Vanderpump Rules' ep, Tom Sandoval insists he's "serious" as he asks the definition of a "mistress" amid his affair with Raquel Leviss
Raquel Leviss’s words are being turned against her.
In an exclusive bonus clip that will drop Thursday as part of Peacock’s uncensored "Pumped Up Edition" of the third and final part of Vanderpump Rules' season 10 reunion, host Andy Cohen asks the 28-year-old former beauty queen about calling her costar Lala Kent a “mistress bimbo” amid her affair with Tom Sandoval.
After showing a flashback of the incident, Cohen presses Leviss, “How is that not hypocritical of you?”
Sandoval, 40, steps in to defend Leviss by asking, “Isn’t a mistress, like, at that point in time, something that’s more ongoing?” Though his parsing seems a bit hollow given his relationship with Leviss was not simply a “one-night stand” — but, in fact, a months-long secret affair that ultimately ended Sandoval's nine-year relationship with Ariana Madix.
Madix, 37, is having none of it: “This is a joke. Tom, are you f---ing kidding me?”
“No, I’m asking a serious question,” insists the Tom Sandoval & the Most Extras singer.
Lisa Vanderpump dismisses the digression as “semantics,” which Sandoval pushes back on.
“You’re splitting hairs for no reason,” says Katie Maloney.
Madix brushes off the attempt: “Oh my God, you just keep burying yourself.”
Vanderpump, 62, tries to explain why the TomTom bar co-owner's perspective is problematic: “You were in a relationship. You were ostensibly married. You were common-law husband and wife, and you were sleeping with [Raquel]. She’s her best friend and listen, she complies in this situation.”
Kent, 32, takes one final dig at Leviss, saying, “You were constantly calling me mistress and constantly calling me a hypocrite when you were both of those things. It’s insane.”
Fans learned of Sandoval and Madix's breakup — as well as his affair with Leviss — on March 3, igniting a so-called "Scandoval" that continues to send shockwaves through the Bravoverse more than three months later.
Madix said she was "devastated and broken" and had experienced her "darkest hours," but added, "I am so f---ing lucky to have the best support system in the world and I hope I can repay every single person for the love you have shown me."
She concluded the post, "What doesn't kill me better run."
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The uncensored "Pumped Up Edition" of the Vanderpump Rules reunion, part 3, starts streaming Thursday on Peacock.
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