“The Real Housewives of New York” star Aviva Drescher showed some emotional stories on the show this season, as she went back to the farm where she had her childhood accident that resulted in her leg being amputated. However, she hasn’t been filming the episodes with the other ladies, meaning she hasn’t been on the show recently. According to a new Radar Online report published on May 16, “The Real Housewives of New York” star Aviva Drescher is now revealing that she was put on a three-episode hiatus from the show, but revealed it wasn’t newsworthy.
However, it sounds like her absence could be something that will affect her role on the show. In the beginning of the season, she was feuding with several of the ladies and she got into a massive fight with everyone while hanging out at LuAnn De Lesseps’ home earlier this season. She wasn’t invited to Heather’s home in the Berkshires, but it sounds like the cameras didn’t want to follow her while the others were traveling.
Apparently, the producers are tired with her attitude and comments. Bethenny Frankel suggested that Bravo should look at Aviva for the upcoming seaosn, but it sounds like she is being too dramatic for the show. There have been questions as to whether her “bookgate” fight was too crazy and out of control. The two haven’t talked since the fight over whether Carole Radziwill used a ghostwriter to write her bestselling memoir.
“Aviva has had a really bad time this season,” a source said. “Because she refused to go on two separate trips with the rest of the women the producers are fuming at her and they’re taking her out of the show as punishment.” She didn’t attend the trip to the Berkshires with Heather Thomson, but she also refused a future trip. “Aviva also refused to go to Montana with the women, so she won’t be in those upcoming episodes either and they’re planning to do the same thing with the opening credits – take her out of them.”
Aviva has retweeted some tweets about the poor treatment from Bravo, but this isn’t the first time where a housewife has been excluded because of a trip. But it sounds like Aviva is taking it seriously and personally.
What do you think?