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‘RHONY’ star Carole Radziwill speaks out on ghostwriting claims

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“The Real Housewives of New York” star Carole Radziwill was shocked when she learned that Aviva Drescher was spreading rumors about her first book, after she said that she wouldn’t really help her edit her book. Aviva was hurt when Carole asked if she was using a ghostwriter and the feud started between them. According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report published on March 19, “The Real Housewives of New York” star Carole Radziwill is now revealing that she was shocked and hurt that Aviva Drescher would throw out the ghostwriter comment.

During the episode, Aviva started spreading rumors that her bestselling memoir, “What Remains,” wasn’t written by her. She claims to have heard that Carole had used a ghostwriter to complete the book. And of course, Carole was upset because the book is about her husband, Anthony, and how she was moving on from losing him to cancer. "Is she insinuating I hired a ghostwriter to write my first book?" asked a shocked Carole, who had tried to help Aviva. "That's awkward and awful."

And Aviva was aggressive in her opinions, as she claimed that Carole had ghostwriters helping her out. "Carole shopped her novel at my publishing house, and they passed … They said it needed to be completely overhauled … I heard her first book had a ghostwriter," she gossiped.

Do you think Carole had the right to be mad?