RHOBH's Lisa Rinna, 57, almost spills out of her leopard print swimsuit in new photos

REAL Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa Rinna flaunted her toned figure in a tight leopard swimsuit over the weekend.

The 57-year-old reality star looked ready for the beach as she posed in a couple sultry snaps on her bedroom floor.

Lisa wore a low-cut animal print one-piece that showed off her cleavage, toned arms, and strong legs.

She topped off her swim look with a beige Gucci bucket hat and a pair of oversized sunglasses.

In one photo, she sat back on a rug and looked directly at the lens, pouting her nude lips and clasping her hands in front of her.

In the second snap, she leaned forward, almost spilling out of the top of her swimsuit, looking like she’s crawling toward the camera.

The sexy new Instagram shots come after the RHOBH star was slammed earlier this month for her “horrible” post about drinking.

Many of Lisa's followers took offense to the “controversial” quote, which read: "Surround yourself with people who have issues. Because people who have issues always have alcohol.”

One responded to the statement: "This is a horrible post when so many of us are dealing with advanced alcohol dependency after the pandemic. Do not normalize this. It's not funny."

Another asked: "Are you supporting alcoholism?"

"This explains all the dancing posts – lushrinna," joked a third.

As one of her followers mentioned, Lisa often shares not only photos of herself in bikinis but also videos of her dancing in tight clothing to popular songs.

A few weeks ago, the mom of two clapped back at a troll who said she was "embarrassing" for sharing one of those dance video.

In the clip, Lisa danced to Justin Bieber's new song, Peaches, while wearing black leggings, a white tank top, and a bandana on her head.

The rude followed had a spelling error in their comment, leading Lisa, who is known for speaking out against her haters, to reply: "It's embarrassing. If you're going to write that in capital letters, learn how to f**king spell it."

To further drive her point home, Lisa shared the comment on her social media channel and wrote: "Sometimes you just have to clap them back honey. Learn how to spell please trolls."

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