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Billie Lee Alleges Jax Taylor “Was Usually On Drugs” While Filming Vanderpump Rules!


Billie Lee dropped a major bombshell about her former Vanderpump Rules co-star Jax Taylor during her recent appearance on the 2 Servings of Fruit podcast.

The former SUR hostess described the "toxic" work environment she faced from her co-stars. "I was around all cis people," Lee recalled about her time on the show, according to Radar Online. "They had their own cliques. They had their own groups. It was very catty."

Lee, who was the first transgender cast member on the Bravo hit reality series described being purposely put into situations where her body was the main focus. She claimed that producers "encouraged" her to talk about her vagina and Stassi Schroeder would constantly talk about the size of her boobs, Billie said, "I felt like I was dropped back in high school."

Billie also revealed that she tried to "educate" her co-stars about their privilege by encouraging them to do media training through organizations like GLAAD but “no one cared.”

Then, Lee shared how it was working with Jax Taylor. The former SURver claimed Taylor was "very difficult to work with." 

Billie then claimed that Jax was "usually on drugs" during filming, she added that he was often "agitated" and "angry," adding that producers let him get away with it. "They would dance around that behavior," she stated.

Lee admitted that she was "drinking a lot" to calm her nerves during filming, so much so that she was having "suicidal thoughts, something she's been open about in the past. 

"I would just lay in bed all day long and just daydream about how I would end my life," she admitted. The Trans activist admits she is in a better place after leaving the Bravo hit reality series. She is currently working on a vegan cookbook, working with activists, and has created a new show with Lionsgate "for my trans community."

Lee also hopes that the next season of Vanderpump Rules should be all about Tom Sandoval and Tom Schwartz.

"It needs to be about the people that are really good amazing people," Billie Lee said, according to Radar Online. "I hope that that’s the focus verses the people that were fired."

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