The former 'Vanderpump Rules' star said she's been "working with my therapist now on how to create these boundaries so that things won't escalate to this crisis breaking point"
“No, I don't plan on ever talking to her again,” she shared on the latest episode of her Rachel Goes Rogue podcast. “I don't have many boundaries, but one of them is physical violence. If you harm me physically, or if you harm any living animal physically, I will ... immediately cut you out of my life.”
She called this personal limit “a solid, hard boundary that I have for myself,” adding, “It's sad looking at that and thinking like, ‘Oh wow, things really have to get to such an extreme for you to draw these boundaries.’ So I'm working with my therapist now on how to create these boundaries so that things won't escalate to this crisis breaking point.”
Looking forward, Leviss said, “I don't plan on reaching out to her. I have been working on my list of resentments towards people, and I don't know what the next step is necessarily, but I don't know. We'll see what the future holds, but I don't plan on having a relationship ever with Scheana.”
The bad blood between the former pals started when their mutual friend and castmate Ariana Madix found an intimate video of Leviss on her then-boyfriend Tom Sandoval's phone. The discovery prompted Madix, 38, to immediately end her nine-year relationship with Sandoval, 41, and text Shay, who happened to be filming the Bravo after show Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen with Leviss in New York City at the time.
When Shay — whose friendship with Madix goes back a decade — learned of the affair, the situation exploded. Leviss has since claimed the "Good as Gold" singer punched her in the face, and she documented the injuries as part of a restraining order she filed against Shay days later.
In August, though the dispute was no longer in the legal system, Leviss repeated her claims on Bethenny Frankel's Just B podcast: "She pushed me as hard as she could against a brick wall, the back of my head hit the wall pretty hard, and then she socked me in the eye."
Leviss also said Shay was "nuts" for calling her a "liar and a cheat" who "completely fabricated this assault."
For her part, Shay's attorney Neama Rahmani issued a statement to PEOPLE at the time the restraining order was dropped. It read, in part: "This isn't reality TV. This is the real world and Rachel's actions have real consequences. ... We are happy that Scheana is now vindicated."
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Vanderpump Rules season 11 premieres Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.
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