RHOBH Garcelle Gives Son Jax Update After Erika Crosses The Line

RHOBH's Garcelle Beauvais Says To Watch Erika Cuss In Jax "Hurt," Slam's Behavior as "Mean" and conversations "Scary" Moment With Son, Plus Launches Home Line

Garcelle Beauvais may have received an apology from Erika Jayne on Wednesday’s episode The Real Housewives of Beverly Hillsbut that doesn’t mean she isn’t still dealing with the aftermath and ongoing drama surrounding Erika’s shocking commentary on her son, 14-year-old Jax.

During a recent interview, which took place just before Erika admitted that telling Jax he was “the f-ck out” of his mom’s birthday party was downright “wrong,” Garcelle described the incident as “unfortunate” before noting that it was watch the scene play out “pain”.

“It’s a shame that had to happen,” Garcelle told Us Weekly on July 11. “But he’s good. He’s good.”

As RHOBA fans have seen, Kyle Richardsin addition to Erika, has faced backlash over the on-screen moment after she was seen laughing with her husband Mauricio Umanskic about Erika’s drunken antics (though Kyle has since apologized and denied finding Erika’s comment to Jax funny).

Looking back, Garcelle said she was disappointed to see her children, including eldest son Oliver Saundersattacking Erika had become part of the drama.

“That’s very difficult,” she explained. “That is definitely a border crossing. Doubtless.”

According to Garcelle, watching the episode in question was her “hardest” day.

“It’s one thing to hear what someone says,” she said. “It’s another thing to actually see the scene. It hurt and it was mean.”

Still, Garcelle said she doesn’t regret having her boys join her RHOBA.

“When you’re at my house, you’re going to see my kids. But I’m the type of mom that when I celebrate my birthday, my kids are with me. That’s a no-brainer,” she shared.

In addition to dealing with the fallout from Erika’s confrontation with Jax, Garcelle has also dealt with the child who suffered a concussion during a volleyball game.

“It was one of those scary moments,” she recalls. “We were focused on making sure he was okay, and he’s doing great. … A lot happened in one week. Let’s just say that.”

Outside of her family and show drama, Garcelle has plenty to get excited about after launching her new Haiti-inspired home collection, Garcelle at Home, with HSN.

“I am forever obsessed with home decor and interior design. This is like a dream come true,” she confessed of her line, whose prices range from $20 to $130.

“One of the things [about] growing up there are the textures and the colors and the atmosphere,” she continued. “Home has really become more of the foundation of the things we do. have that you are gone, but you are home.”

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 12 kicks off Wednesday at 8/7c on Bravo.