The Real Housewives Star Slams Viewers Who Body-Shamed Her Daughter

The Real Housewives Star Slams Viewers Who Body-Shamed Her Daughter ...

In the wake of the recent social media targeting of their children, stars from Bravo's Real Housewives franchise are speaking out, although this type of behavior has been for years.

Garcelle Beauvais, a 14-year-old son of Internet trolls, received hateful messages, so he asked viewers to exclude him from the RHOBH drama.

Nilon was targeted when Kyle Richards' daughter, Portia, was bullied by haters following a RHOBH episode. Co-stars, such as Lisa Rinna, condemned viewers for making inappropriate remarks to the minors.

Rinna wrote on her Instagram story: "What I was just sent about [Garcelle Beauvais] son is disgusting and unacceptable." What you have said and done to my own children is disgusting and unacceptable. What you have said and done to my own children is disgusting and unacceptable. The threats to [Erika Jayne] son!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

Kandi Burruss said she'd show viewers her body-shamed daughter, Riley.

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Kandi Burruss, a Real Housewives of Atlanta alum, told People that viewers regularly bullied her now-20-year-old daughter Riley, over her weight. Riley was just a toddler when her mother joined the Bravo reality show in 2009.

Riley was told by the outlet that she dealt with her weight problems growing up in the public eye. People would make compliments on her body and alter her personal appearance, which is really enticing. You can do anything for yourself, but do not want your kids to be bullied online. It's just plain awful.

Burruss said she is so dissatisfied with this program. Her daughter was recently enraged when someone wrote online that she was pregnant. Sometimes, people who watch our program go too far, and it's not cool. It's absurd, she said.

Other Real Housewives Stars Have Been Body-Shamed

Yolanda Hadid's daughter Gigi, wrote an open letter on Twitter in 2015, praising body shamers. I have abs, I have a butt, I have thighsYour blatant remarks make me reluctant to change my body.

She later told Vogue that she tries to avoid online bullying. I try not to pay attention to it that much, but it got to a point where I started to feel self-conscious about certain things. When you see that people are not only saying [negative things], but are also doing them in a very, very harmful manner, you begin to pay more attention to it.

Ashlee Malleo, a senior daughter of Real Housewives of New Jersey star Jacqueline Laurita, was shamed after she posted a photo of herself wearing Fredericks of Hollywood clothing. There was also some body-shaming and other name calling.

She said: You are not going to make me feel less than by chastise me for anything.