blocking him on Instagram after he wished her — his “friend” — a happy birthday.
“I think it’s a little thirsty and immature personally, but she is who she is,” the “Vanderpump Rules” star shadily shared with “Extra” Tuesday evening at the premiere of “Special Forces: The Toughest Test.”
“I still wish the best for her. I hope she’s doing good and I hope she finds her happiness.”
Sandoval, 41, had commented on Leviss’ latest Instagram Reel, which showed her spending the day at a flower farm, “Happy Birthday Rachel, I really hope ur finding peace and happiness. Miss u friend.”
The former Bravolebrity responded by sharing a screenshot of his blocked account and added a GIF that read, “OK bye!”
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Sandoval’s commentary about his ex-flame has changed dramatically since he actually filmed “Special Forces,” when co-star Nick Viall revealed that the cover band crooner brought photos of Leviss to the set.
“During this whole scandal we didn’t have a lot of people. We had each other. She was very much a source of strength,” he told “Extra” of his mindset at the time of filming. “I felt like we both were for each other.”
Leviss, who turned 29 this week, has remained in Arizona after completing her long-term mental health treatment earlier this summer.
Despite her and Sandoval’s apparent falling out following their highly publicized affair, the reality star told the outlet that he thinks she’s “doing great.”
Sandoval, who cheated on ex Ariana Madix with Leviss, remained romantically involved with her throughout the Scandoval fallout. However, they finally called it quits while Leviss sought treatment.
She then quit “Vanderpump Rules” a few months later in August while the rest of the cast, including Sandoval, resumed production on the series’ 11th season.
“I refuse to not respect myself on that level where I would endure that emotional abuse any longer. I can’t do that to myself,” the former beauty pageant queen told Bethenny Frankel.
Leviss predicted she “wouldn’t get a redemption arc” and “wouldn’t be able to share all of [her] story,” which contributed to her decision to walk away — as did the lack of equal pay. However, a source close to production tells Page Six that the cast is “paid by season — not by storylines.”