Erika Jayne praises Heather Gay for exposing Monica Garcia on explosive ‘RHOSLC’ finale: ‘Good job’

Erika Jayne slid into “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” star Heather Gay’s Instagram DMs to congratulate her on exposing Monica Garcia.

“I actually DM’d her the other day,” the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star, 52, told “Entertainment Tonight” in an interview published Wednesday.

“And I never do this. I was just like, ‘Wow, good job.’” 

Jayne’s praise follows the explosive “RHOSLC” finale last week, during which it was revealed that Garcia was one of the masterminds behind the Instagram account Reality Von Tease.

The page has become known for trolling the “RHOSLC” Housewives, including the currently incarcerated Jen Shah.

In the finale, Gay, 49, berated Garcia during a group dinner after exposing the truth to her castmates.

During last week’s finale, Gay exposed Garcia for running an Instagram account designed to troll the “RHOSLC” Housewives. Presley Ann/Bravo

“You guys, we’ve come a long way, us four. We have, and Monica is not who she says she is. She’s not our friend. She’s someone [who] has schemed and worked to infiltrate our friend group,” Gay said.

“The name that you all know her as, the woman whose birthday we celebrated, who we’ve been trying to champion and support and defend, is Reality Von Tease.”


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The “Bad Mormon” author continued, “The real Monica is someone who really doesn’t want to be our friend, but wants to profit from our lives and our pain.

“I know who you really are, and who you really are is the cyberbully, internet troll Reality Von Tease.”

Garcia initially denied the claims, but later admitted that she and others were behind the account. Monica Garcia/Instagram

While Garcia, 40, initially denied the claims, she later confessed that she and other unidentified individuals ran the account.

Following the finale, enraged fans accused producers of knowing Garcia was involved with Reality Von Tease.

However, insiders told Page Six that there was no truth to the speculation.

Gay slammed Garcia, calling her a “cyberbully.” Brett Colvin/Bravo

“Had they been aware prior to [the ladies’ vacation in] Bermuda, they would have never withheld that information from the core four,” a production source said.

“It was a shock to everyone, even Monica.”

A second insider added, “Monica figured the information would come out eventually but she was hopeful that she could’ve gotten through her first season without anyone blowing her cover.”