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Raquel Likely Won’t Try More Restraining Orders

Lala Kent Lawyer Darrell Miller Explains Why Raquel Leviss Likely Won't Try Serving Other Pump Rules Stars Restraining Orders

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The man behind the meme. Lala Kent‘s attorney Darrell Miller is now part of a catchphrase, but his main focus is still the law — and he has some thoughts on Raquel Leviss‘ legal notices to her Vanderpump Rules castmates.

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“I don’t think it was personally directed at Lala as much as it was directed at a group of people, and that was kind of the other mistake — you’re gonna tell the world what not to do,” Miller exclusively told Us Weekly on Thursday, March 16. “Sometimes somebody in the world’s gonna speak back, and that’s exactly what he got. … It was very personal and very random.”

Earlier this month, Leviss, 28, reportedly sent her costars legal notices warning them not to share a video of her and Tom Sandoval that she claimed was illegally recorded amid their affair. The notice itself became a footnote, however, when Kent, 32, blasted the former pageant queen for sending the message to her personal account rather than to her legal counsel.

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“Raquel, tell your little Mickey Mouse lawyer that if he has stuff to send over, he can send things to my lawyer, same with the rest of my friends and cast, alright?” the Give Them Lala author said in an Instagram Story. “I don’t know if you know how this works, you’re pretty brand new to the game. … Send it to Darrell!”

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Leviss later filed an order of protection against Scheana Shay, claiming that the “Good as Gold” songstress, 37, got

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