While her co-stars are filming “Vanderpump Rules” Season 11 in California, Raquel Leviss is getting her zen on in Arizona.
The former beauty pageant queen, 28, was spotted at a Massage Envy in Tucson on Tuesday afternoon.
Someone in the waiting area recorded Leviss, who was alone, interacting with the woman at the front desk and sent the footage to TMZ.
In the video, the soft-spoken Bravolebrity could be heard booking a $117 service and asking the employee to charge the card on file.
Leviss was dressed casually for the outing, pairing an oversized, sand-colored T-shirt with black biker shorts, gray socks and slides that matched her top.
Her short brown hair was parted down the middle and pulled back into two low pigtails and she sported her glasses.
The Bravo reality show seems to be going on without her.
Following the explosive Season 10 reunion, during which Leviss was brutalized for being Tom Sandoval’s secret lover, she checked herself into a mental health facility in Arizona, where her family lives.
Leviss stayed at the treatment center for three months until she checked out with a reported $200,000 bill.
Production for “Pump Rules” Season 11 began in early July, with insiders telling us at the time that Leviss was “playing hardball” with the network in order to “get as much money as she possibly can.”
The goal was for the parties to reach “a deal” in time for the brunette beauty to join the group on their cast trip to Lake Tahoe in mid-July.
However, amid the cast trip, paparazzi photographed the maligned reality star in Tucson wearing a baseball cap that read, “Be a good person.”
Meanwhile, Sandoval, 41 — her partner in the affair — has been seen numerous times filming one-on-one as well as group scenes with his co-stars.
Most recently, he was caught turning his entire head to check out his ex-girlfriend Ariana Madix — whom he cheated on following a nine-year relationship — as she walked into a bar to shoot with the cast.
An eyewitness told the US Sun that the exes “never even acknowledged each other.”
Their first run-in following the reunion taping came after a source told TMZ that Madix, 38, was “refusing to share the screen” with the Tom Sandoval & The Most Extras frontman.
The Something About Her co-owner dumped Sandoval in early March after discovering his months-long dalliance with Leviss, her former friend.
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Meanwhile, “Real Housewives of New York City” alum Bethenny Frankel — who publicly urged “punching bag” Leviss to “get paid” as much as possible before returning to “Pump Rules” — just waged a “massive” war against NBC and Bravo alongside roughly “50 reality show cast members,” including “multiple Housewives” and “people from all different Bravo shows.”
In a letter fired off by Frankel’s attorneys, Bryan Freedman and Mark Geragos, NBC and Bravo were accused of making “deliberate attempts” to “manufacture mental instability” by plying their talent with “alcohol while depriving them of food and sleep, as well as denying mental health treatment for those displaying obvious and alarming signs of mental deterioration.”
The memo also accused the networks of “distributing and/or condoning the distribution of non-consensual pornography,” going on to mention the “distribution of revenge porn.”
The letter concluded with allegations that NBC and Bravo are “covering up acts of sexual violence.”
Leviss’ suspected participation in Frankel’s efforts has been widely rumored, especially since Madix learned about the affair after finding a sexually explicit video of Leviss on Sandoval’s phone.
Though the video in question was allegedly circulated among the cast, it never made it to the public eye.
Reps for Leviss did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.