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‘RHONY’ star Aviva Drescher claims Carole had no right to slam her writing

Aviva Drescher
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“The Real Housewives of New York” star Aviva Drescher reached out to Carole Radziwill on yesterday’s episode of the show in hopes of getting some help with her book. However, she quickly started throwing some shade Carole’s way, saying that Carole had used a ghostwriter to produce her bestselling book. If that wasn’t enough, she kept downplaying Carole’s writing career. According to a new Bravo report published on March 18, “The Real Housewives of New York” star Aviva Drescher is now revealing that she just said those mean things because she felt attacked.

“I was pissed at Carole when she dissed my right to write. She feels she's earned the right to write books because of her several hundred years of experience as a journalist, and further that I don't because, as she said in the episode, I'm a "nothing, never had a job outside the house,”” Aviva reveals.

But that wasn’t enough. She also reveals that she may have overreacted a little with her comments. “Ridiculous of course, but then why did I respond to her in that cute pink room and say what I'd heard about her ghostwriter? You know, it's what I do when I'm attacked; I could have handled that a lot better. Carole can say whatever she wants about me; I’m out of the responding-to-Carole’s-vitriol business,” she adds.

The two of them are no longer friends and one has to wonder if this book drama has something to do with it. The two were feuding last night as the drama played out on the screen and it sounds like these two are both very angry. Who do you think was right?