Vanderpump Rules star James Kennedy’s drunken love confession for his openly gay best friend Logan Noh wasn't just a joke, his former costar Faith Stowers exclusively told RadarOnline.com in a bombshell interview.
"I'm not going to not say he's gay," Stowers said of Kennedy. “I think he has one foot in the closet, and one foot out.”
The former SURver and United States Army veteran claimed she was a first-hand witness to Kennedy's very, very close relationship with Noh — and said she has even frequented gay bars with her pal.
“I hung out with him every day. We were always together. We would go out and get wild,” Stowers told RadarOnline.com, adding that most of time, the friends would hit up well-known West Hollywood gay club The Abbey with Noh and Kennedy's girlfriend Raquel Leviss.
“He loves the Abbey. Raquel would come with James, and Logan would be there," Stowers said. “Logan is a very likable, lovable guy. But when it comes to James, he is very territorial. Logan is in love with James.”
“James wants to make Raquel feel comfortable, but he loves Logan.”
While Kennedy and Leviss seem stable on the show, Stowers said the DJ's relationship with Noah is much more volatile.
“They’re so weird, fighting, cussing each other out, and then I might look over and see Logan kissing James," she claimed. "It is so intense!”
One night, she claimed she arrived to Kennedy's apartment on a Saturday morning to witness a questionable scene with the boozy reality star and Noh.
“The place was super sweaty and had a post-sex smell," she said. "Logan’s hair was damp, he was sweaty. And James was in bed.”
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, this week's episode showed Kennedy and Noah engaging in PDA at a gay pride parade in Los Angeles. Leviss seemed annoyed, and even said "something" was going on between the two pals.
Sources told RadarOnline.com this week that cast members have long suspected Kennedy may be gay or bisexual.
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