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‘RHONY’ star Heather Thomson: ‘Aviva crafted book gate agenda’

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“The Real Housewives of New York” star Heather Thomson was shocked that Aviva Drescher would start such a fight with Carole Radziwill, especially because she works as a writer for a living. Heather was worried about her own business, as Aviva could say anything about Yummie Tummie. However, Heather reveals that she has heard stories about Aviva's book. According to a new Bravo report published on March 25, “The Real Housewives of New York” star Heather Thomson is now revealing that Aviva had planned out the book gate and it appeared that she had an agenda.

“Aviva started crafting this "BookGate" agenda against Carole the minute she began her hunt for a publisher looking for a memoir by a RHONY Housewife with a bad temper and a prosthetic leg and, I have learned firsthand (not "word on the street") that Aviva, did in fact hire a ghostwriter -- she flat out lied. Thank god she didn't shop for a clothing deal first, or for sure this could have been me,” Heather reveals in her blog. Of course, Heather doesn’t provide proof of her claims that Aviva had a ghostwriter, but it sounds possible.

“Aviva thinks it all makes great TV but be it drama queen or asshole, when it comes to Aviva, it’s always self-serving,” she reveals. Of course, Aviva wants to create drama because drama results in higher ratings, but it sounds like she doesn’t care about who she is bringing down in the process. She doesn’t care that she slanders another person’s career and life.

What do you think of her thoughts?

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