You best mind your manners, Sutton.
Sutton Stracke expressed that if she had to fight any one of her “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” castmates, it would be Lisa Rinna.
When asked by Page Six who she would meet in the boxing ring, she said, “Well, I would like to get Lisa […] but she is gone now.”
In fact, Stracke, 51, recalled that she “was nice and [..] played smart” when it came to interacting with Rinna because of the former actress’ penchant for screaming matches.
She added, “I think Lisa needs to enjoy her time and reflect and be quiet.”
Stracke’s life advice comes after Rinna, 59, announced her exit from “RHOBH” following eight seasons.
“This is the longest job I have held in my 35 year career and I am grateful to everyone at Bravo and all those involved in the series,” Rinna told People in a statement earlier this month.
“It has been a fun eight-year run and I am excited for what is to come!”
Nonetheless, the Georgia native is not shedding a tear over Rinna’s exit, who joined the show during its fifth season in 2014.
“I will not miss her on the show because she is bossy and I don’t like it. The only reason I would want her back on the show is because we have a lot of things to talk about,” she told us, saying that Rinna “puts herself in the good light and makes everyone else look bad.”
She continued, “If I was to see her again I would ask her why did you kick me out of your house. What did I do to you? I liked going back and forth with her and throwing shade but she hits below the belt.”
Since Stracke joined the cast in 2019 for the show’s tenth season, she has butted heads with plenty of the cast members, especially Rinna.
As to why that is, she suggested, “They don’t like me because they ask me questions and put me in a corner and then when I tell the truth they get angry.”
Another cast member that Stracke constantly bickered with was Erika Jayne, who is being sued for $25 million by the trustee handling the Girardi Keese bankruptcy case.
Despite her legal woes, the boutique owner says she would not give Jayne, 51, a helping hand.
“I would not give Erika any money, nothing today. I would not loan Erica any money. Are you insane?” she told us.
“The most I would do for her is that she can stay at my house but it would only be for one week. Then she has to go. She should have been nicer to me. I could have been a great friend to her.”
Sutton — who is the owner of the West Hollywood boutique SUTTON — is currently promoting her new “Western” fashion event at The Waylon.