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Will Carole Radziwill sue Aviva for slanderous claims about alleged ghostwriter?

Carole Radziwill and Aviva Drescher went head-to-head on Tuesday night's "The Real Housewives of New York City" after Aviva made claims that Carole hadn't written her own book and had instead hired a ghostwriter.

Carole Radziwill attends the 24th Annual GLAAD Media Awards on March 16, 2013 in New York City.
Photo by Jamie McCarthy

After Carole got word that Aviva had been spreading the nasty rumor to her many co-stars, she confronted her face-to-face and spoke her peace. However, Aviva continues to stick by her claim that Carole didn't write her book, even naming the man whom she believes wrote it for her.

Meanwhile, Carole is irate that such nonsense is being spread around about her career.

“Let’s just say what Aviva calls ‘silly show drama’ or whatever—however she characterizes it—the entire legal community calls slander,” Carole wrote in her latest blog, according to a March 20 report by Web Pro News. “So no, I wasn’t happy to see that on television."

Throwing the word "slander" out there seems to hint that Carole could possibly be considering legal action against Aviva, but she didn't say for sure.

"[Aviva] doesn’t know the difference between a writer, an editor and a ghostwriter…She has very little understanding and rightly so, it’s not her profession," Carole continued.

If Carole truly did not have a ghostwriter, she should take legal action against Aviva. This is a serious matter and one that could damage her career and credibility.