Ariana Madix is ​​reportedly getting huge deals because of “Scandoval.”

According to reports Ariana Madix takes advantage of the consequences of her ex-boyfriend Tom SandovalThe fraud scandal has resulted in brand deals in the six-figure range. Her status as a victim has increased her market value, with estimates ranging from $75,000 to $200,000 per partnership.

Meanwhile, Sandoval’s cover band, Tom Sandoval & The Most Extras, is enjoying a surge of success with sold-out shows and high-profile crowds. Sandoval has also opened up about his 50 days of sobriety, during which he used music as a coping mechanism.

However, Raquel Leviss, who was implicated in the scandal, faced incriminating death threats, leading her family to contact the FBI.

Read on to find out more.

Ariana Madix makes money from cheating scandal

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Instagram | Ariana Madix

According to branding expert Bernt Ullmann, Ariana Madix is ​​cashing in on the aftermath of her ex-boyfriend Tom Sandoval cheating scandal and potentially earning a sizable six-figure income for every branding deal she strikes.

Speak with TMZUllmann shared that the “Vanderpump Rules” star was probably making between $15,000 and $30,000 per token deal before the cheating scandal broke.

However, Ullmann believes those numbers have changed dramatically since Madix became a victim of the “Scandoval” situation. Being seen as a victim made her an instant fan favorite and greatly increased her market value.

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Instagram | Ariana Madix

Ullmann estimates that Madix will earn at least $75,000 per brand through partnerships with well-known companies. However, given the extensive media coverage, Bravo’s record-breaking ratings, and Madix’s growing social media presence, that figure could potentially reach $200,000.

Ariana has already formed partnerships with various brands including Bloomingdale’s, UberOne, BICRazors and MyJoyBurst Cocktails.

Tom Sandoval enjoys sold out shows

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Instagram | Tom Sandoval

Sandoval has also seen a notable upsurge in his cover band’s concert appearances since news of his affair with Leviss surfaced, as reported by TMZ.

The 39-year-old star and his band Tom Sandoval & The Most Extras recently wrapped up their May tour dates which have garnered widespread attention and success. One notable venue, the Wolf Den at the Mohegan Sun Casino & Resort in Connecticut, saw an unusual influx of concert-goers, with a line forming outside the 350-seat space, a remarkable feat for the venue.

VPR Star Tom Sandoval Shades Raquel Leviss During an Appearance and Says
Instagram | Tom Sandoval

Likewise, the Gramercy Theater in New York City was sold out for Sandoval’s performance, leading to a significant queue before the show began. Notable attendees included Chloe Fineman, a Saturday Night Live comedian, who captured the celebrations and shared them on her social media platforms.

Shows sold out at other venues as well, with Houston exceeding initial expectations. According to TMZ, the Houston concert was actually twice the size expected.

Tom Sandoval talks about 50 days of sobriety

Tom Sandoval

According to an interview with the publication, Sandoval has not only found success in his music career but also opened up about his final 50 days of sobriety.

The reality star openly admitted the cheating scandal surrounding Leviss, who ended his long-term relationship with Madix in March, has been an arduous journey. Sandoval revealed he had experienced some challenging and dark moments, but he found solace in music, which helped him face and overcome those difficulties.

During the interview, Sandoval expressed his heartfelt appreciation for the overwhelming support and crowds at his concerts. He mentioned that he’s looking forward to continuing his summer tour, which runs until June 23.

Raquel Leviss receives death threats

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In contrast to the financial gains Sandoval and Madix experienced in the wake of the scandal, Leviss was struggling with personal issues and sought support by committing herself to a psychiatric facility in April.

Sandoval previously defended Leviss’ decision to seek treatment when speaking to him TMZ. He stressed the importance of respecting their privacy during this time. “I’m just telling you, Raquel is in a mental institution – no visitors, okay? No visitors, no family, no phone, nothing.”

Ariana Madix storms off on camera during an'intense' confrontation with Tom Sandoval
Instagram | Rachel Leviss

However, the situation took a troubling turn when Leviss family members contacted the FBI after receiving death threats against the former beauty queen. TMZ reported that the threats, which were circulated on social media, included alarming messages such as “tear yourself into limbs” and “dead and throw away the body.”

A Leviss representative told the news outlet that the severity of the threats against the model and her family had reached an unbearable level, necessitating contact with the FBI.

Dustin Huang

Dustin Huang is a 24ssports U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Dustin Huang joined 24ssports in 2021 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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