Crystal Kung Minkoff Opens Up About Enduring Online Harassment

While the newest Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star isn’t the first person to open up about her experience with online harassment, the reality television star did so in an exclusive interview with ET ahead of the show’s 12th season premiere. The actress also discussed her experience with bulimia and her fight against online harassment, as well as her friendship with Garcelle Beauregard.

Crystal Kung Minkoff’s struggle with bulimia

The Asian-American cast member of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” opened up about her personal struggle with bulimia and online harassment on a recent episode. At just eleven years old, Kung Minkoff began to suffer from disordered eating and received hundreds of racist messages every day. As a child, she wanted to be blonde, blue-eyed, and skinny – “to be white.”

After an argument over a party at Lake Tahoe, Dorit and Kyle told their husbands about the argument and forced PK to leave early. Crystal Kung-Minkoff’s new memoir, “Sexy, Confused,” reveals her history with bulimia and online harassment. Afterwards, Crystal Kung Minkoff admitted to a five-pound weight loss caused by the stress of clashes with Sutton. Her bulimia has been diagnosed and she has been praised for her bravery.

Her experience with online harassment

Throughout the course of the season, Crystal Kung Minkoff has been subjected to racist and sexist comments. On one occasion, a fan sent her a direct message on Facebook, urging her to kill herself and say sorry to her children. Others have commented on her Instagram stories. In one recent post, she shared a long comment regarding her race with a user who claimed to be knowledgeable about her culture and race.

Since joining the cast of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” last year, Crystal Kung Minkoff has been the target of a large amount of online harassment. She received dozens of hateful messages per day. She is the first Asian-American on the show, and has even gotten hate mail on her personal page. Crystal recently deactivated her Twitter page in response to the online harassment she received.

Her views on hate crimes against Asian Americans

Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Crystal Kung Minkoff has opened up about her experiences with online harassment and hate crimes against Asian Americans. She said that she has been the victim of hundreds of hateful messages every day. However, she said that she has been incredibly grateful for the support and encouragement she’s received from her fans. She told Bravo host Andy Cohen that she has been able to educate fans about Asian culture.

After joining the series, Minkoff has faced numerous instances of online harassment. Her Facebook account has also been the target of hateful messages. Recently, she received a direct message asking her to kill herself. Another person said they felt bad for her children and told her to “kill herself.” In the past few weeks, she’s been very active on her Instagram stories, where she shared a long comment about her race. The user claimed to know more about her culture than she does.

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Her friendship with Garcelle

Actress Crystal Kung Minkoff has opened up about her personal experience of enduring online harassment. Despite a public image that’s been tarnished by hateful comments, the actress has not let the experience deter her. In fact, she uses her platform for good. She co-founded coconut-based beverage company Real Coco and is married to prolific filmmaker Rob Minkoff. The couple has two children.

Crystal Kung Minkoff, a star of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” says that she learned a valuable lesson from her experience as an Asian-American. “It’s important that Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders speak up for themselves,” she tells ET ahead of the upcoming season premiere. “It’s very difficult to keep silent about this,” Crystal said of the situation.