“The Real Housewives of New York” got off to a slow start this season, but things are heating up and according to new cast member Aviva Drescher’s official Bravo blog released on Aug. 13, she may be behind some of the drama. This is because she has openly called the other women on the show “snakes” in her newest blog over their behaviour on the show. “And then there were snakes. Why did I reference exposure therapy with snakes? Because beneath the surface of all this hand holding and support, I sensed several hedonistic women who would later forget this gathering, lose any sense of compassion and kindness, and prioritize themselves and superficiality above all else,” Aviva writes about her co-stars.
Aviva is tired of Ramona Singer because she is constantly referring to her prosthetic leg whenever she can. It doesn’t matter whether they are relaxing in Miami or attending a wine event in New York City. “What Ramona doesn’t seem to understand is that when I am relaxing with my friends or shoe shopping I really don’t want my leg to be the focus at all. I want to live life like everyone else, without 80 million questions or a barrage of orders telling me when I can and cannot swim or for how long. While I am very open to questions about my prosthesis and accident, Ramona somehow thinks she has a say in how my prosthetic leg can and cannot affect me,” “The Real Housewives of New York” star Aviva Drescher writes. It sounds like Aviva has had enough for Ramona and wants to cut her out of her life.
Of course, Ramona has crossed the line by constantly talking about Aviva’s leg. “Who is Ramona to tell me when my “disability” affects me or not? The fact is that when as a six-year-old my leg was churned in a piece of farm equipment and I thought I was going to die — it has left some lasting psychological issues, which I wish were not there. You would think that anyone would understand that,” Aviva continues. Aviva was confident before Ramona discovered her leg, but it sounds like Aviva is more than willing to cut Ramona out of her life now.