“The Real Housewives of New York” star Carole Radziwill has been super upset about how Aviva Drescher spoke ill about her writing career. Aviva revealed that she had written her own book and said that it was just like writing an email. Of course, Carole has been writing for years and she goes back to edit constantly. According to a new Bravo report published on March 25, “The Real Housewives of New York” star Carole Radziwill is now speaking out about her relationship with Bill Whitworth, the man who has been accused of being her ghost writer by Aviva.
“Publishing is rarely the subject of television shows because as you can see it's sort of boring. But I have a great relationship with all my editors. Nan Graham, who edited my memoir, was on the show last season. And Barbara Jones, who edited my novel, came on with me for this one. They are happy to do it, they respect me, but also they want to help sell books. And this is why Aviva needed to create drama: no one in her Village would appear with her on the show,” Carole fires off as she is releasing tension from last night’s dramatic episode.
“During my meeting with Barbara, Bill Whitworth called in from Little Rock where he is retired, and I told him the story. He laughed and said "I would have been honored to have ghostwritten your book. It was beautifully written." Bill is not a writer, he is an editor,” Carole revealed. Of course, Aviva Drescher believed that Bill was indeed Carole’s ghost writer. “Bill advised me to "explain to the young lady the difference between an editor and a writer I’m sure she'll understand." Ha. Sure. I laughed. This scene didn't make it into the show. Damn you, Bravo editors.”
Of course, Carole has revealed that Bill was an editor, not a ghost writer. And if that wasn't enough, Carole filmed the confrontation for Bravo. The scene hasn't been featured yet and Carole is hoping that it will be in the "Lost Footage" episode so she can prove her point. What do you think?