The claws were out in last night’s season finale of Southern Charm. The dramatic show ended with Ashley Jacobs being called an “escort” after dressing up like Julia Roberts’ hooker character in Pretty Woman! Then, a nasty fight with her boyfriend Thomas Ravenel’s baby mama followed.
Leading up to the final party, Kathryn Dennis confessed: “Thomas for the first time was really starting to open up to me. He and Ashley aren’t doing well. He’s not happy. He doesn’t want to be with her. I think he feels like he’s stuck because he’s paying for her.”
She told Naomi Olindo that she was tipped off via a message on Instagram that Jacobs was a “high end escort for polo men in Santa Barbara,” and Olindo concurred, saying she heard she was a “Polo rat.”
As they were getting ready for the party, Ravenel gave Jacobs a white gold locket to wear with her Pretty Woman inspired red dress.
“Last week I was ready to move on,” Ravenel said about their relationship, but admitted he changed his mind. “I think if it was not for Ashley’s persistence we would be broken up by now. She thinks we have a chance to make it.”
“I Just don’t want to have any regrets,” he said. “I want to make sure I’ve given this everything that I have.”
As Altschul’s “Winter Wonderland Ball,” Cameran Eubanks quipped “It’s like the Titanic,” before Dennis and Jacobs’ nasty fight.
Everyone was gossiping that Jacobs was an “escort,” and Austen Kroll, after telling Jacobs she looked like “Cruella de vil,” told Ravenel about the rumor.
“Well that’s not true,” Ravenel said in his southern accent.
Jennifer Snowden also leaped to Jacobs’ defense. “She moved here to be with Thomas. That’s some hearsay sh*t,” she said.
“That’s not fair. It’s absurd,” Ravenel added.
Then, Jacobs herself confronted Kroll.
“I’ve never seen you do anything other than spend his money,” he said to her, defending the rumors.
“That’s insulting. You accused her of being a hooker,” Snowden said, butting into the argument.
At the end of the night, Jacobs approached Dennis to apologize, but it ended up horribly.
“Is it alright if I join you?” Jacobs asked while Dennis smoked a cigarette.
“I would love that,” Dennis told her. “I’ve resolved my issues with everyone in this room. Even Patricia now. I’m in a really good place and I’d like to understand where it is you’re coming from because I have no clue where you’re coming from.”
“I’d like to start the conversation by apologizing too. I apologize for my part in it,” Jacobs said, referencing the Hilton Head Island conversation.
“Clearly, I have no idea where your head’s at. One minute you’re telling me you respect me and one minute you’re telling me that I’m a terrible absolutely terrible person, mother, everything. You crossed the line in so many ways that night,” Dennis said, and Jacobs changed her tone, turning nasty.
“Don’t deflect. Who you are. Let’s not forget. Don’t forget your kids were taken away from you. Don’t forget that,” Jacobs lashed out.
Calmly, Dennis responded, “I don’t think I could ever forget that, actually,” and Jacobs continued attacking her.
“Someday your children and are going to want to know why.”
“Shut the f**k up,” Dennis slammed. “All you are is a gold digger no one f**king likes you, including your boyfriend. Sorry.”
“Well guess what I’m not going anywhere. It’s all in your head. Get used to this. I am the best thing that ever happened to him and he’s the best thing that ever happened to me,” Jacobs said.
“Why is he miserable then? Why is he depressed?” Dennis asked her and told her she speaks to Ravenel and he “can’t stand,” his girlfriend.
“Just be careful because I know a lot of information,” Jacobs said to Dennis. “You’re threatening me?” Dennis asked and Jacobs told her: “Yeah, I am.”
Dennis lost her temper finally. “Honestly you are psychotic. You need to back the f**k up. Realize my place and f**k off!” and Jacobs taunted her: “I’ve got the life that you want. That’s why you’re so threatened. God bless you.”
Dennis pulled Ravenel aside, telling him Jacobs “is a f**king psycho.”
And Jacobs demanded that her boyfriend stand by her side, shouting to him, “Come on Thomas, don’t be a p***y.”
“Come on Thomas. Tell her how great our relationship is,” Jacobs pleaded and Dennis dismissed her. “You need help,” she told Jacobs. “Go find someone else to go screw,” Jacobs retorted.
“I want you to see how she treats me,” Dennis said to Ravenel. “She’s seriously scary and she probably scares you too. I will not accept her being around my children again.”
Dennis confronted Jacobs and Ravenel outside the party.
“I want to say you’ve crossed the line, you’ve f**ked wth me. Wait and see how long you’re around. Look me in the eye. You crossed the line as a mother. F**k you. F**k you.”
“Is that how you wat your kids to see you?” Jacobs asked.
“You are such a child,” Dennis told her and when Jacobs said she was “angry,” she ripped into her. “Shut the f**k up. Do not ever come around me or my children again. You f**ked with the wrong person, the wrong family.”
Jacobs took a dig at her. “You’re not a family. You’re a baby mama. You ‘re nothing but an egg donor.”
Dennis stormed off calling Jacobs a “f**king psycho.”
The show ended with a note about the Ravenel, Dennis and Jacobs situation.
“Six months later…Thomas and Ashley are still together but Thomas and Kathryn are joyfully co-parenting…and…Kathryn now has 50/50 custody of her children.”
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