Fans quickly caught wind of Garcelle's unfollow Wednesday. The following day, her close friend Sutton also joined in, removing the embattled performer from her following list.
When Jayne came across the news, she followed suit. "Well [let] me unfollow her back," she wrote.
As of Thursday, Jayne seemed to still follow her co-stars despite their decision to cut her off from their platforms.
The XXPEN$IVE singer, however, did unfollow Garcelle's close friend Sheree Zampino, who is set to appear on the show next season.
The reality stars have still not addressed their social media feud. It is unclear what prompted Garcelle and Sutton to make the bold move.
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While looking for answers, Sutton questioned the validity of Jayne's story.
Jayne reached her boiling point at Kathy Hilton's dinner party, where she threatened to sue Sutton before calling her a "f--king c--t."
She also branded Sutton as "Ms. Small Town" after the fashion designer tried to dig up the truth. Garcelle has continued to have Sutton's back.
As for the latest on Jayne's legal battle, a federal court judge has set a hearing to discuss the potential of having Janye turn over a pair of $1.4 million earrings to pay the debts accumulated in Girardi's bankruptcy case.
Reports indicated Girardi had used the money from his client's trust account to purchase the expensive items for $750,000 that have since increased in value over time.