Ramona Singer “Was Drinking Like Crazy” the Night of Her ‘RHONY’ Rampage — Report
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Ramona Singer “Was Drinking Like Crazy” the Night of Her ‘RHONY’ Rampage — Report


Ramona Singer and Bethenny Frankel went head to head in Wednesday night’s episode of Real Housewives of New York City, but it was Dorinda Medley that ended up hurt.

Or, at least, her house was anyway.

The fight between Ramona and Bethenny took place at Dorinda’s Berkshires house and after their fight Ramona allegedly went back to her room and caused extensive damage.

Later on in the episode, Dorinda showed pictures where it looked like Ramona tore down the temporary light fixtures, ripping off some of the paint from the walls.

Dorinda was in tears during the episode, discussing the incident.

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“It was not even about the paint work,” she said. “It’s like, this is my home – I love my home. Enough has been taken from me, now you’re going to do this to my home?”

Ramona seemed unconcerned about the alleged damages in the episode when Dorinda confronted her, and instead wanted to focus on her feud with Bethenny.

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A source close to Dorinda says the fight between her and Ramona is far from over, though.

“Ramona just doesn’t take others into consideration and wrecked Dorinda’s home,” the insider told People magazine.

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They then noted that the 60-year-old “was drinking like crazy” the night of the incident and claimed “she’s always been volatile.”

The source also remarked that “it cost thousands of dollars to repair the room,” however, when Ramona talked about the incident on Jenny McCarthy’s SiriusXM show, she claimed production paid for the damages.

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“The production company has a huge insurance policy,” she said. “[Dorinda] got a free paint job.”

“Of course it’s upsetting because no one wants to have their house damaged,” she continued. “But the good news is production fixed it, they paid for it, and the entire room got fixed like new.”

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What do you think about the incident at Dorinda’s house? Does Ramona need to make a real apology? Let us know in the comments below!

The Real Housewives of New York City airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.