Aviva Drescher told Ramona Singer that New York Times best-selling author Carole Radziwill used a ghost writer for her book “What Remains”. As expected, this did not sit well with Radziwill, who has been a respected journalist for over 20 years.
hAviva Drescher asked Carole Radziwill if she had a ghost writer for her first book, “What Remain.” On the Tuesday, March 18 episode of “The Real Housewives of New York”. Carole, who once worked for ABC News, says that the more Aviva talks about writing “it’s so obvious the less she knows about it.
As Radziwill and Thomson discuss the situation, Ramona Singer joins in on the “intense conversation”. Ramona bites Radiziwill’s nose, growls and claws at the table talking about “lion tamers”. Carole tells Ramona what Aviva asked her directly if she used a ghost writer for “What Remains”. Ramona confirms to Carole that Aviva did tell her that according to Drescher's publishing house, that a man named Bill Whitworth was the ghost writer on Radziwill's memoir "What Remains."
Tune into “The Real Housewives of New York” Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. on Bravo to find out what happens between Aviva and the rest of the “RHONY” this season.
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