Looks like … Brianna Djesas wasn’t kidding.
Less than a month ago, the MTV personality essentially won a legal victory over her longtime rival, Kylen Lori, who sued Brianna last year for character defamation.
Lori claims that Dieses lied in a number of social media posts and celebrity gossip interviews in 2021, alleging that Lori had beaten ex-boyfriend Chris Lopez a few years earlier and also entered his mother’s house.
Kylen believed that Brianna would have to pay the court for such nonsense …
… but one judge disagreed.
He dismissed Lori’s case in April.
As you might expect, Brianna has since cast a shadow over Kylin, telling her enemy to suck on various parts of her body and trashing her as a “clown” among other ridiculous terms.
Djessas added that he was going to have a special party to celebrate the dismissal of Lori’s case, and that’s right … Brianna did just that over the weekend.
“I wanted to thank everyone who came to my party,” Digesus captioned an Instagram story post on Sunday, May 15, adding:
“It was such a blast! I’m really thankful that you have my circle! Loyalty is everything.”
The day before, the Florida Native invited a bunch of guests – including the disrespectful Teen Mom Alum Janelle Evans – to celebrate the legal victory.
Attendees showed off their best dance moves … Shot down from a syringe to toast Brianna Joy … and ate a cupcake that referred to Lori in rather negative terms.
As you can see above, Evans happily showed Shindig by quoting the host via his own Instagram story on Saturday night.
“B_brianadejesus knows how to throw a party,” Janelle captioned a video showing pink cupcakes and macaron on a shelf next to the “bye” and “ho” signs.
As you can see below, Janelle happily returned the alcohol that had been poured into the syringe for some reason:
In honor of the legal dismissal, a “case closed” sign was hung on the back wall next to a large balloon store.
Elsewhere, there were letters written “Bye Hoye” in addition to sweet treats and snacks for Brianna’s guests.
Finally, Digesas placed a special pastry order that said, “I have good money at the beach,” with the illustrated dollar bill to take the money home.
Earlier, Bryana stated that Kylein owed her ফ 120,000 in legal fees all the time for attorneys to fight Laurie’s claims on Brianna’s behalf.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.
Lori, of course, did not have a celebratory response to last month’s ruling.
“While today’s verdict is unfortunate, I must respect the judge’s decision. With that said, I am in favor of my truth and the information spread about me is still not true,” the mother of four wrote in an Instagram story at the time.
“I want to thank my legal team for fighting for me.
“I’m looking forward to life after this case so I can focus my energy only on my boys and my future business endeavors.”