Diana Jenkins has dropped her lawsuit which aimed to expose those behind the cyberbullying of Garcelle Beauvais’ son, Jax, after getting no response from Garcelle on how to proceed. Jenkins’ legal team contacted Garcelle’s attorney to see if she would join the lawsuit, and Jenkins would cover all legal expenses, but Garcelle did not respond. Despite spending tens of thousands of dollars and identifying individuals in the Ivory Coast and Mongolia linked to the cyberbullying, Jenkins concluded she couldn’t proceed with the litigation at this time and filed a Request of Dismissal Without Prejudice.
Diana Jenkins has dropped a lawsuit she filed to expose those responsible for cyberbullying Garcelle Beauvais’ teenage son after not receiving a response from her ex-Real Housewives of Beverly Hills costar about how to proceed with the case.
Diana Jenkins has withdrawn the lawsuit she filed in an attempt to identify the individuals responsible for cyberbullying Garcelle Beauvais’ teenage son, Jax. According to new court filings, Jenkins abandoned the lawsuit after receiving no response from her former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-star about how to proceed with the case. The filings also showed that Jenkins’ legal team contacted Garcelle’s attorney to see if she would join the lawsuit as a plaintiff, offering to cover all legal expenses in connection with the suit, but received no response. After this lack of response and assistance, Jenkins decided not to proceed with the litigation and filed a Request for Dismissal Without Prejudice.
The lawsuit had aimed to hold accountable whoever attacked a child and placed blame for their actions on Jenkins. The suit had also pointed out that Diana was closing in on those potentially associated with cyberbullying Garcelle’s son. Many of the Instagram account holders were found to have concealed their identities by using disposable email addresses and foreign phone numbers, with several linked to the Ivory Coast and Mongolia. Jenkins had even worked with a computer forensic expert who identified a potential name behind one of the accounts with IP addresses in Northern California, but could not determine who was using the IP addresses.
Jenkins is a humanitarian who opposes all forms of hate, especially racism directed at a child. A source confirmed that whoever was behind the cyberbullying attack on Garcelle Beauvais’ son will face the consequences of their actions. The lawsuit had also reached out to NBC Universal, the owner of the television network Bravo that airs the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and informed them regarding the efforts to identify the perpetrator(s). No response was received from NBC Universal.
RadarOnline.com reached out to Garcelle and NBC Universal for comment on the latest court filings, but there is no news on whether they responded. The case drew global attention to the issue of cyberbullying, particularly in relation to the attack on vulnerable minors. Despite Jenkins abandoning the lawsuit, many people are still hoping that the perpetrators of this atrocious cyberbullying will be exposed and held responsible for their actions.