The truth has come out … or has it?
Tom Schwartz claimed that the mystery man who made out with Raquel Leviss at Coachella was one of Brock Davies’ friends, Joey Lennon.
“You know how people thought that Raquel and I made out at Coachella? Well, this is the actual guy who made out with Raquel,” Schwartz said in a confessional on Wednesday’s episode of “Vanderpump Rules.”
Schwartz was referring to Lennon, who joined the “VPR” crew for a pool party at Tom Sandoval and Ariana Madix’s home.
“I feel like I’m looking in the mirror, goddamn it, you handsome son of a bitch!” Lennon told Schwartz, 40, after Davies introduced the two.
The two men stood together and Schwartz joked that Lennon was “me if I had ambition and follow-through.”
Schwartz previously denied that he and Leviss, 28, kissed at the California music festival after a fan claimed to have seen them “holding hands and making out.”
“Guys hate to break it to you but I wasn’t at Coachella 😂,” Schwartz tweeted in April – just three months before he actually would kiss Leviss several times.
Lennon, however, was at Coachella and even posted a photo walking alongside Leviss with his arm wrapped around her.
However, not all fans are buying what Schwartz is selling.
Several fans are convinced that it was actually Schwartz’s BFF, Tom Sandoval, who made out with Leviss, and the anonymous source had named the wrong Tom.
The theory began after Page Six confirmed that Leviss and Sandoval were having a “full-on affair” while he was still in a 10-year relationship with Ariana Madix.
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Leviss’ ex-fiancé, James Kennedy, claimed the dalliance began in July 2022, but some people – including Sandoval’s ex, Kristen Doute – think it dated all the way back to Coachella, and that Schwartz was covering for his BFF the entire time.
Neither Sandoval, 40, nor Leviss, 28, have addressed the speculation. Leviss has also not shared who she actually did kiss at Coachella.
Madix, 37, dumped Sandoval after seeing a sexually explicit video of Leviss on his phone on March 1 and later learned that the two had been “communicating inappropriately for months.”
Both Leviss and Sandoval later shared separate apologies to Madix via Instagram, while Madix waited for two weeks before speaking out on the affair.
“i am so f–king lucky to have the best support system in the world and i hope i can repay every single person for the love you have shown me,” Madix wrote in part on March 16.
“Vanderpump Rules” airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.