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'RHONY' star Ramona Singer sends letter to Mario's mistress

Ramona Singer
Ramona Singer
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“The Real Housewives of New York” star Ramona Singer has been trying to deal with her husband's decision to cheat on her over the past couple of years. She has been trying to move on and not deal with the press so much. However, behind closed doors, one can imagine that she has put strict rules in place for Mario if he wants to stay and regain her trust. According to a new Radar Online report published on June 5, “The Real Housewives of New York” star Ramona Singer has also been focusing on his mistress.

Even though it is uncertain whether Singer actually knows his mistress, she does know that her name is Kasey Dexter and that she has been saying things that can only be labeled as damaging. Now, Singer has taken matters into her own hands, writing a letter to Kasey, threatening with legal action. In the letter, Singer reveals that her “misconduct may qualify as a crime.”

In the letter, Singer points out that the things Dexter has said about Singer and her husband are essentially punishable with jail time. These threats are in relation to things that Dexter supposedly said about Ramona and her husband. As part of the letter, Singer hopes of silence Dexter, serving her with a cease and desist letter.

“My clients advise that you have been contacting them directly with unsolicited lewd, lascivious and salacious messages and commentary about both your and their personal lives, which have been continuing unabatedly despite my clients’ repeated protestations for you to stop,” Ramona’s attorney Alan J. Bennett wrote to Dexter. “Your misconduct may qualify as a crime, which if established may subject you to prosecution and jail.”

At present time, Singer has filed for divorce from her husband, but the two have been spotted together several times since. Singer has also posted photos with her husband, so it could be possible that they are working things out. What do you think of this case?