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Carole Radziwill responds to Ramona Singer's and Sonja Morgan's cheating claim

Carole Radziwill attends the Broadway opening night of 'Cabaret' at Studio 54 on April 24, 2014 in New York City.
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Early on in the sixth season of "The Real Housewives of New York City," Carole Radziwill had to fight back against Aviva Drescher's claim that she had a ghostwriter write her two books. Now, she is fighting back against the claim that she, posing as fake fans, wrote positive comments to her own Bravo blog posts.

On Sunday, June 22, Naughty But Nice Rob reported that Ramona Singer and Sonja Morgan got suspicious when they noticed that Carole's blog posts were getting a lot more comments than everyone else's posts. Not only that, most of the comments were positive and supportive of her. They believe that Carole was actually behind all the nice comments, writing them herself.

Sonja and Ramona went to the network and complained with their suspicions. Apparently, Bravo either believed them or just wanted to appease them because there is no longer the ability to post comments to the blogs. It seems that Bravo wants to make sure that no fake comments are posted ever again because the comments haven't just been removed from "The Real Housewives of New York City" blogs but also from "The Real Housewives of Orange County" blog posts as well.

An insider claimed that Carole isn't the first housewife to cheat. According to the insider, housewives have been creating fake Twitter accounts and posting fake comments for years but this time, Ramona and Sonja finally had it with the cheating.

Carole was quick to deny the accusation. She believes that she received so many more positive comments simply because her blog posts were great. When a fan asked if what's being reported is true, Carole replied that fans write nice comments simply because they love her blogs. She ended her tweet with the hashtag "NotMoreComplicated."

One thing's clear, Carole hasn't lost her sense of humor. When the fan then replied that she loves reading her blogs because it's filled with literary references and analysis, Carole Radziwill sarcastically told her to not post that comment on the Bravo site or else Ramona Singer and Sonja Morgan will be furious.