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Ramona Singer's friends are "concerned" after she takes back cheating husband

Ramona Singer is back with her cheating husband, Mario Singer, and her friends couldn't be more worried.

Ramona Singer and Mario Singer attend DuJour's Jason Binn's welcoming NY Nets Star Paul Pierce To NYC event on October 21, 2013 in New York City.
Photo by Bryan Bedder

Even after Mario reportedly impregnated his young mistress, Kasey Dexter, the "Real Housewives of New York" star took him back and has reportedly called of their divorce.

“Ramona is not going to leave Mario and she is convinced that things are going to be fine moving forward,” a source close to Ramona told Radar Online on May 9. “Her friends are really concerned that she is so blindly believing everything he says now.”

Last summer, Mario reportedly met and began a relationship with Kasey, which ultimately resulted in her pregnancy (she allegedly aborted their child). By fall of that year, news of the affair hit the web, but Ramona and Mario remained united. Then, in early 2014, Ramona was said to have caught Mario and Kasey at the home they share in the Hamptons and the confrontation led Ramona to file for divorce.

Although Ramona and Mario were separated for a few weeks after Ramona's filing, they soon began spending more time together and last month, returned to the place where they once renewed their vows.

Around the same time, a letter from Kasey to Ramona hit the web, in which Kasey claimed that her relationship with Mario didn't end when Ramona thought. In fact, her letter hinted that they were still having sexual relations.

“We never ended our relationship – ever," Kasey wrote in the letter. "Even after he moved back home to you, he was speaking to me."

Still, Ramona appears determined to make the marriage work.

“He can do no wrong in her eyes, none,” the source told Radar. “Despite everything he did and how he was so publicly caught, Ramona does not care. She is happy being in the marriage with Mario.”

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