Rachel Leviss has accused Lisa Vanderpump of spreading "propaganda" against her.

The 29-year-old reality star recently launched a lawsuit against Tom Sandoval and Ariana Madix, and Rachel has now slammed Lisa for her response to the legal action.

Rachel - who quit 'Vanderpump Rules' in 2023 - said on her 'Rachel Goes Rogue' podcast: "I know Lisa and I were never super, super tight in the same way she is with Tom. But it doesn’t feel good to have somebody speak out about this lawsuit and the situation that’s very sensitive.

"To have her push out a certain type of story that isn’t anywhere near the truth of what has happened is very disappointing. And I would just hope that people don’t speak on it until they really understand what the lawsuit is and my reason for holding these people accountable."

Rachel has been left feeling heartbroken by Lisa's reaction to the lawsuit.

The brunette beauty - who had a months-long affair with Tom - also accused Lisa of "victim shaming".

Rachel - who is suing for revenge porn, eavesdropping, invasion of privacy and intentional infliction of emotional distress - said: "It’s just a little heartbreaking to have somebody who you kind of look up to in a way because you have this idea of who somebody is, and admire them for being a boss.

"Seeing the way that she has turned on me, I know she has a lot of power, and I want to be firm in standing up for myself and pointing out like that it’s not OK to be talking about and spreading certain propaganda and straight up lies as a way to change the public’s perception of somebody.

"It’s messed up. Removing myself from the situation and looking at this as a statement that is pretty much victim shaming."

On the other hand, Lisa recently rubbished Rachel's lawsuit, describing it as "ridiculous".

She told TMZ: "I think if you don’t want to have somebody share your porn, then don’t send it to your best friend’s boyfriend, right?"