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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Star Erika Jayne Shows Off Bare Butt in Nude Photo: ‘Business Casual’

Erika Jayne crashes Zumba class with a surprise appearance to celebrate "Zumba Breaks" Movement at LA Dancefit Studio on April 25, 2019 in Los Angeles, California.Presley Ann/Getty Images

Erika Jayne can’t be tamed! The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star shared an Instagram photo of her bare backside on Thursday, June 20 — and that wasn’t all she showed off.

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“Business casual,” the Dancing With the Stars alum, 47, wrote alongside a nude photo of herself standing with her back to the camera as she chatted with two men and a woman. Hours prior, Jayne also posted two other NSFW photos to her page.

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“#Repost @celestebarber ・・Tequila made me do it. #celestechallengeaccepted #celestebarber #funny,” she captioned another pic that showed her fully naked in nothing but high heels with stars covering her private parts.

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Jayne added on a third picture that showed her lounging on a chair in a barely there swimsuit and strappy stilettos: “Mykonos sunrise..”

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The “Roller Coaster” singer is seemingly in good spirits amid ongoing drama with Lisa Vanderpump who suggested in a May episode of the hit Bravo show that Jayne is transgender. “Just don’t ask me if Erika’s tucking or something like that because there are some things I can’t lie about,” the SUR owner, 58, quipped at the time.

Jayne reacted to the controversial comments by retweeting a post from former I Am Cait star Candis Cayne which read: “Oh come on @lisavanderpump joking about @erikajayne ‘tucking’ Ugly Trans jokes marginalizing our community are not acceptable. Being an ally doesn’t give you a free pass to make transphobic remarks. Do better.”

Vanderpump, for her part, spoke out about her remarks in a statement to Us Weekly one day after the episode aired.

“It was not my intention to belittle the trans community with my poor choice of words directed toward Erika. I have nothing but respect and love for trans people around the world, as I have been a staunch supporter, provided employment, offered emotional support and championed LGBTQ issues,” she said. “With recent news of trans women losing their lives for living their authentic truth in a world of discrimination and hate, I never want to diminish the very real pain and struggle that trans people go through every day.”

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