Besides the media publishing photographic evidence that Mario Singer was still carrying on a relationship with Kasey Dexter, one things that may have finally pushed "The Real Housewives of New York City" star Ramona Singer to end her marriage is the fact that he publicly dissed their marriage. On Saturday, August 9, the NY Daily News reported that a few days before Ramona announced that she was moving on from Mario, Mario loudly proclaimed that he was "done" with their marriage while in a restaurant.
Mario was at the restaurant Arlington Club. According to one eyewitness, Mario was loudly shouting into his phone that he couldn't take it anymore, that he was done with his marriage, and that he wanted a divorce. Mario was talking so loud that everyone could hear him. When other patrons started giving him disturbed glances, he moved outside and continued his conversation right outside the door, which only meant that anyone entering and exiting the restaurant could hear him.
Mario's public diss of his marriage to Ramona may have come after having a few glasses of wine. The eyewitness said that when Mario was inside the restaurant, he couldn't sit still and behaved very erratically. If Mario did indulge in a few glasses of wine, it's likely that he didn't drink Ramona's Pinot Grigio!
Ramona filed for divorce in late January but called it off when they seemingly reconciled. In March, she told former housewife Bethenny Frankel on her talk show that she loves Mario and that she knows he loves her. Then in early June, they were snapped publicly holding hands, a sign that their marriage was back on track.
Unfortunately for Ramona, about a week ago, she realized that Mario was still cheating on her with Kasey. In Touch Weekly subsequently published photos of Mario with Kasey in a restaurant and then holding hands on the street.
On Thursday, Ramona Singer announced that she has decided to move on with her life without Mario, after having tried her best to make her marriage work. The big question now is whether she'll finally address her marriage woes on the next season of "The Real Housewives of New York City."