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Miss USA Nana Meriwether long denied she had threesome with Aviva Drescher's dad

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Not everyone is buying that Aviva Drescher's dad, George Teichner, has the magic touch with women. As the latest episode of "The Real Housewives of New York City" aired on Tuesday, June 10, Aviva's co-star Heather Thomson live-tweeted her thoughts on the episode. She made clear that she does not believe at all that George had a threesome with former Miss USA Nana Meriwether.

In the episode, Aviva loudly told everyone at an event hosted by LuAnn de Lesseps that Nana may have had a threesome with her dad and his fiance, Dana Lavette Cody, not too long ago. Heather isn't buying it. She retweeted a fan's tweet that if Miss USA had a threesome with George, then she was born on Mars, and that the claim was "such total BS."

Miss USA Nana Meriwether long ago denied that she had any physical contact with George, much less a threesome with him and Cody. Two weeks after the scene was filmed, she told the NY Daily News that she actually met George at former housewife Jill Zarin's house but that nothing happened between them. She said that Bravo was simply “fishing for story lines.”

The NY Daily News article also reported that it was producers of "The Real Housewives of New York City" who arranged for Nana to come to LuAnn's luncheon. In the episode, LuAnn, upset at Aviva over her behavior, accused Aviva of inviting Nana to the event to cause a scene. Aviva took to Twitter as the episode aired to criticize LuAnn for making the accusation and to say that it was Bonnie Fuller, HollywoodLife.com's editor, who invited Nana. She tweeted a photo of an Instagram post that Bonnie posted after the event, thanking Nana for coming.

Unfortunately for Aviva Drescher, many people wrote in to tell her that the photo doesn't actually prove anything. Some also wrote that her behavior at the charity luncheon was definitely inappropriate and that her discussing her father's sex life was in poor taste. One even wrote that she hopes that Nana Meriwether sues Aviva for slander.

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