Diana Jenkins, whose net worth is reported to exceed $300 million, has filed a lawsuit against those who cyberbullied her friend Garcelle Beauvais’ 14-year-old son, Jax. After being accused of being behind the assaults, the reality personality filed the case in Los Angeles Superior Court on Thursday in an attempt to expose the “bots.” A lawsuit has been launched against an unnamed defendant named John Doe. Jenkins’ attorneys said in the complaint published by Page Six:
“Dozens, if not hundreds, of individuals have left notes criticizing Ms. Jenkins for an act she never performed.” This is the only way Ms. Jenkins can fight back against the nameless coward who chose to jeopardize her reputation, career, and life.”
According to Diana’s complaint, her purpose is to:
“unmask and bring responsible the morally bankrupt individual that harmed a kid and blamed Ms. Jenkins for his/her acts.”
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Diana Jenkins Net Worth
Diana Jenkins, a Bosnian businesswoman, philanthropist, and reality television personality, has a net worth of $300 million, according to Celebrity Net Worth. She was born in Sarajevo in 1973. Her father was a business economist, while her mother was a bookkeeper. She is the elder of two siblings. Unfortunately, Diana’s younger brother, Irnis, was assassinated by Serb forces when he was 21 years old. During the Siege of Sarajevo in April 1992, the reality star was forced to depart Bosnia.
She was a refugee in Croatia for nearly a year before moving to London, where she got a BSc (with honors) in Computer Science and Economics from City University of London. She worked for many organizations before opening her own jewelry business. She then co-founded the Melissa Odabash swimsuit business with model Melissa Odabash. Diana is also the creator of Neuro Drinks, a health drink brand. She is the organization’s Chairwoman and CEO.
After ten years of marriage, the human rights campaigner divorced her husband, British financier Roger Jenkins. As part of the divorce deal, the reality star earned an estimated $300 million. Diana paid $21 million for a Malibu property in the early 2000s, which she advertised for $125 million in 2020. The property was allegedly sold for $87 million in 2021. Diana made her Bravo debut as the newest cast member of RHOBH on May 11, 2022. She is a well-known humanitarian who has benefited many people. Diana just declared that she would contribute $100,000 to the direct family members of those lost on the 2018 Lion Air 610 aircraft. She will do so via her new charity, The Sunela Foundation. After “it became a subject of talk on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” the reality star decided to contribute.
Concerning RHOBH Garcelle Beauvais’s son’s cyber bullying
After Garcelle argued with Diana, Erika, and Lisa on the newest season of RHOBH, Jax, 14, got racist and misogynistic remarks from a swarm of bots. Jax then resorted to social media, pleading with people to leave him alone since he is simply a youngster with no connection to the program. Following the cyberbullying incident, Garcelle and other RHOBH cast members urged people to leave Jax alone since he did not sign up for this.
Some speculated that Diana was the source of the bot assaults on Garcelle’s kid, which she refuted in an August 26 Instagram post. Diana has now sued the bots, claiming that her “lifetime of good actions are being tarnished by a bogus link with a horrible event.” Her attorneys concluded:
“Ms. Jenkins wants to halt this behavior for herself, her family, and Ms. Beauvais’ kid.” Someone ought to stand up to the terrible guys.”