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Ramona Singer excluded from family will: ‘Real Housewives of New York’

Ramona Singer
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Ramona Singer has been allegedly excluded from her family’s will, and the “Real Housewives of New York” star was not pleased with the decision. Radar Online reports on April 8 that Singer was one of two siblings who were not included in the will, and her father felt she had enough money from her reality show. The revelation comes from Ramona’s controversial brother Bohdan Mazur and his recent book about the family.

As one of four siblings, Singer initially thought the inheritance would be split equally between them, but her father changed his mind. Mazur claims Singer’s wealth as a Bravo reality star made him question the need to leave her anything, so he excluded her from the will. Her brother points out she had maids and an expensive apartment while the other siblings were not part of the “Real Housewives of New York.”

Although her brother is busy sharing secrets from her past, Singer seems to be focused on her relationship with Mario. After 25 years together, the housewife thinks the marriage can still be saved and labels her feelings as positive. Both Mario and Ramona have been accused of cheating, but their confusing relationship status has left fans wondering if the rumors were true. Ramona has added photos of the couple to her Twitter account to show fans the marriage is not over. Some viewers have been left wondering if the entire cheating scandal was simply a publicity stunt for the “Real Housewives of New York.”

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