VPR's Jax Taylor & Brittany Cartwright slam 'sad individuals' for making fake Instagram accounts for newborn son Cruz

JAX Taylor set the record straight about his newborn son's Instagram page, after "sad individuals" created several other fake accounts.

The Vanderpump Rules stars welcomed their firstborn child Cruz on April 12th, and have already spoken out about their bundle of joy.

Jax, 41, and Brittany, 32, slammed fans who took the liberty of creating random fake Instagram accounts for their baby.

The new father took a screenshot of their son's actual page, @littlebabycauchi, and wrote: “This will be our son’s only social media page. If you follow anything else, it’s fake.

"I am sorry I have to say this, but we have really sad individuals in this world already trying to make ‘fake’ pages.

"We love everyone that has supported us, and we thank everyone for such kind words and blessings," he closed.



Brittany also shared her frustration, posting on her own story: “I just want to make it clear that our son/family only has one page and that is @littlebabycauchi shown here!

"A bunch of people are making fake Cruz accounts after he has only been here a couple days, and it is really weirding me out.

"Thanks for all the love guys, but let’s not act like we are a 2-day-old infant. So strange!”

Brittany went through a grueling 27-hour labor this past Monday, after suffering through a difficult pregnancy.


The TV personality told E! News, that childbirth was the "hardest thing" she has ever done.

The new mom admitted feeling: "Nervous, excited, and definitely ready!" while headed into the delivery room, though clarified how ill she had been for the nine months prior.

"I have been extremely sick my entire pregnancy but at least he gave me a break the last three weeks from throwing up every day."

"I was in labor for 26, 27 hours! It was one of the hardest things I have ever done, but it was definitely the most beautiful and rewarding thing.


"It was all so amazing and now having him in my arms I couldn't imagine life without him!"

Jax also agreed that Brittany's pregnancy was not the most simple venture, but he shared his undying "respect" for his wife.

"It wasn't the easiest pregnancy for her but she powered through without any complaints. The respect and love I have for my wife has reached a new level and I am just in awe of her," he praised.

Despite welcoming their son just days ago, the couple have already encountered internet haters.


A fan page called the name Cruz a "Bravo trend" as now FIVE network stars have used the title.

Brittany was not phased, replying: "Lol I don't even watch Bravo but I understand because it is such a cute name."

After fans dubbed her a liar for saying she doesn't watch Bravo, she said she wouldn't tolerate people "calling me a liar when I'm definitely not.

"Anywho I said my piece lol I love all the cute pie Cruz's out there anyway!!"


The Kentucky native then admitted she didn't understand why her comment was "a big deal," adding: "I'm just over here being happy and enjoying my son but I won't be called a liar for no reason."

Brittany then removed her initial comment, but fans were not satisfied and curious about the choice, so she took to her stories to silence the commentators.

"lol you guys are so insane I deleted my comment because I am not dealing with negativity when I just had a beautiful baby but I will say if you truly watched me over the years I said it numerous times I didn't watch any reality tv not even the bachelor and that's why I didn't know Jax when I met him," she explained.

"I mean no harm by that or rudeness reality tv has just always made me anxious to watch."

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