On June 30, an exposé released by the Los Angeles Times shared numerous claims including Randall, 51. Lala informed the outlet that the manufacturer “took on” her after she faced him about supposed unfaithful reports.
“He pursued me, tackled me and knocked me to the ground,” Lala informed the Times, describing that after images of her then fiancé in Nashville with 2 ladies emerged, she asked to see his phone however stated he declined.
“I utilized every ounce of strength to get him off of me as he was attempting to pry it from my hands,” she continued. “That was when I understood, for sure, that there was a lot he was concealing.”
A representative for Randall rejected the allegations in a declaration to E! News, stating, “Lala made this account.”
Another representative for the Midnight in the Switchgrass director informed E! that the total claims in the short article “are incorrect and part of a now-familiar negative campaign managed by Randall’s ex-fiancée to sway their custody conflict.”
At the time, a source near to the Bravo star informed E! News that Lala “had no part in collaborating an L.A. Times expose that returns 10-15 years prior to even satisfying him,” which, “She’s a drop in the container in this total story. This piece has to do with service.”