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Aviva Drescher attacks Heather Thomson’s brand: ‘Real Housewives of New York’

Aviva Drescher
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Aviva Drescher has attacked Heather Thomson’s brand on the “Real Housewives of New York” and believes her Yummie Tummie products are not original. Radar Online reports on April 2 that the two reality stars have been fighting on screen and behind the scenes. Drescher thinks the products resemble Spanx and are simply knock-offs.

Thomson’s Yummie Tummie brand features slimming apparel that is designed to hide imperfections. Her line includes items ranging from skinny jeans to boyfriend tanks that are sold on HSN. Drescher wants fans to remember the similarities to another popular slimming garment, and she is not afraid to call out Thomson’s brand for resembling Spanx on her blog.

Thomson has not responded to Drescher’s attacks, but she is not letting the criticism slow her down. On her Yummie Tummie blog, she makes no mention of the drama seen on the “Real Housewives of New York” and her request that Amanda Sanders deck her. Instead, she shows off a black dress she wore to the Hamptons.

Drescher is still upset about Carole Radziwill’s ghostwriting arguments, and it is clear that the anger is being filtered out to the other housewives on the show. The ghostwriting scandal does not seem to be resolved as the women continue to bicker behind the scenes and find ways to hurt each other online. Drescher addresses Radziwill’s recent comments that called her national appearance on television slander by reminding her that she went to law school.