"I don't care how old your kid is -- the right thing is for them to just not be involved, to not get involved in that way when it comes to another cast member," Cynthia told TooFab ahead of Sunday's new "RHOA" episode. "But if we want the kids to be off limits, then the parents of those kids have to also make sure that their kids aren't coming for any of us because then all bets are off."
Last month, NeNe went off on both Kim and Brielle after coming across the video, saying that if Brielle found bugs in her home, they likely fell out of her "funky pussy."
"No one wants to get into it with any of our kids, but if your kid is coming for us every time we turn around on social media, then it becomes a thing where, can you take care of the situation?" she added.
Cynthia revealed that she and the other housewives of Atlanta were at Nene's house the night Brielle took the video, but at the time, they were more focused on the verbal feud going on between Kim and Kenya Moore.
"We had no idea that a lot of the drama was actually going on in NeNe's bathroom that night by way of Kim's daughter making a bug video," Cynthia said. "That just came out of nowhere. We didn't see it coming. That's one of the great things about being on a reality show. Just when you think something else is the focus, then something else comes up, and then that becomes a thing because of how it's responded to. And it just ended up being out of control. It's complete nonsense craziness."
"I am very, very vocal about having kids be off limits, and where it ended up going just got so dark and crazy," she added. "I never think it's good when the drama and shade has the potential to go to court."
Cynthia said the cockroach fiasco "was filmed" and that it will air on an upcoming episode.
"The Real Housewives of Atlanta" airs Sunday nights on Bravo.