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‘RHONY Bookgate’: Carole Radziwill helped find ghostwriter for Aviva Drescher

Carole Radziwill says that she has no idea why Aviva Drescher decided to lie about the fact that she used a ghostwriter for her book “Leggy Blonde” and that she knows for a fact that “The Real Housewives of New York” star did.

‘RHONY Bookgate’: Carole Radziwill helped find ghostwriter for Aviva Drescher
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‘RHONY Bookgate’: Carole Radziwill helped find ghostwriter for Aviva Drescher
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Carole Radziwill addressed Aviva Drescher’s lies in her Bravo blog published on March 19, saying that that it is “common procedure in the industry” for people who have with “little to no professional writing experience” to hire a ghostwriter. Usually they get a book deal because of their profile, not because they are professional writers.

"Real Housewives of New York" star Carole Radziwill knows for certain that Aviva Drescher used a ghostwriter because she vetted the woman. According to Carole she knows exactly who Aviva worked with and that the person is well-known throughout the industry and has penned several books for reality television stars.

Radziwill said that when she met Drescher for lunch the day they discussed a ghostwriter, Aviva outright lied and said she wrote the book herself with no assistance except editing. Carole says this is what launched “The Real Housewives of New York Bookgate”. The author of “What Remains” and “The Widow’s Guide to Sex and Dating” said she was shocked and puzzled as to why Aviva would lie when Radziwill already knew the truth.

Find out what happens between Carole Radziwill, Aviva Drescher and the rest of “The Real Housewives of New York” this season. Tune Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. on Bravo or you will miss all the excitement.

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