March 6, 2023 | 7:55 p.m.
Tom Sandoval made sure to check in with Raquel Leviss after Ariana Madix dumped him after finding out about their ‘month-long’ affair.
The ‘Vanderpump Rules’ star was spotted visiting Leviss’ Los Angeles apartment on Saturday night, just a day after their affair made headlines.
Although he tried to stay under the radar in an all-black outfit and baseball cap, the 39-year-old was photographed entering the building while staring at his phone.
The outing came just hours after he and Madix sat down to discuss the situation as the cameras rolled – however, his late night date with Leviss was not caught on camera for Bravo.
Although they tried to clear things up, sources told Page Six that Madix left the conversation feeling “enlightened” by Sandoval, who was romantically involved with Leviss last summer.
“He gave her multiple excuses as to why he never got around to cheating,” an insider said, adding that “he didn’t tell her about the Leviss affair because he was worried about the impact it would have on his mental health.”
Madix learned of the “months-long affair” Wednesday night when she came across some inappropriate texts and videos from Leviss on her beau’s phone.
A source tells us that Madix was “heartbroken” by the affair and felt completely “blindsided” by the betrayal – especially now that the couple “wanted to be together”.
While Madix, 37, never saw the affair coming, Leviss and Sandoval were apparently hiding their love in plain sight.
Fans have noticed the duo have been wearing matching lightning bolt necklaces for months, with Sandoval wearing the pendant almost every day.
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While Leviss and Madix have remained silent on the matter, Sandoval addressed the scandal on his Instagram over the weekend, but conspicuously failed to mention or apologize to his now ex-girlfriend.
The ‘Schwartz & Sandy’s’ co-owner acknowledged that fans might be angry and disappointed with him, but urged them not to take it out on his business.
Page Six has reached out to representatives for Leviss and Sandoval for comment, but has yet to receive a response.