“The Real Housewives of New York” star Ramona Singer may not have written a book, but she does run her own business so she knows how important it is to have a good name in any industry. Carole Radziwill has been a writer for a long time, so she knows how much it requires to write a book. And she was upset with Aviva Drescher's hurtful comments. According to a new Bravo report published on March 18, “The Real Housewives of New York” star Ramona Singer is now revealing that she is questioning Aviva’s motives in the whole book-gate debate.
“I was really stunned when Aviva discussed her lunch with Carole with me. I have never experienced Carole being condescending in any way. Aviva seemed to be truly upset about what went down with Carole at their lunch. She was expressing her feelings of disappointment and frustration with the lack of help she was getting from Carole. But, on the other hand, I felt Aviva was stirring the pot,” Ramona revealed.
So why did she feel like she had to set the record straight between the women? Well, it seems like she wanted to focus on the rumors that Carole had used a ghostwriter to write her bestselling books, something Aviva had “heard.” “There seemed to be a major miscommunication, and I felt Carole should address Aviva on the comments she was making to the group so things would not get out of control,” she added.
Do you think that Aviva was out of line? Or do you think Carole was overreacting?