‘RHONY’ Star Luann D’Agostino Accused of Getting Married to Prove a Point
The drama surrounding Luann D’Agostino’s relationship with Tom D’Agostino rages on!
On Wednesday’s episode of The Real Housewives of New York, Luann finds herself in the middle of more gossip involving her pending nuptials to Tom.
Carole, who is worried Luann’s making a big mistake by marrying Tom, asks Barbara if she’s excited to head down to Palm Beach for the wedding on New Year’s Eve.
“Honestly? No,” Barbara says, though most of their conversation isn’t seen on camera.
“I think she has something to prove. She’d rather go through with it and get divorced than call it off.”
As many RHONY fans remember from Season 8, Bethenny Frankel was sent pictures of Tom kissing an ex-girlfriend at the Regency hotel, just a day before his engagement party with Luann.
Though Luann confronted Tom about the allegations, she ultimately forgave him and moved on.
“He screwed up. What he did was wrong. But this wasn’t premeditated. It wasn’t an affair. It was a mistake,” the 52-year-old said at the time.
“He was upset with me. It was a stupid retaliation of some sort. He did the wrong thing, and he totally recognizes that. I know in my heart of hearts that he loves me.”
Carole brought up claims Tom was still cheating on Luann with various women with Barbara.
“There's so many rumors that he hangs at the Regency still, hooks up with women ...,” she said.
“That's pathetic,” Barbara said back.
“She could be making the biggest mistake of her life. If Luann is seriously having second thoughts, I think she's making a big mistake in going through with the marriage,” Carole reiterated.
In a shocking twist, Barbara tried to get a Manhattan Supreme Court judge to stop the episode from airing on Wednesday, May 17.
She claims she was not aware her conversation was being recorded, according to Page Six, and that it’s hurt her relationship with Luann.
Well, that’s what happens when you talk badly about your friend behind their back — they get mad!
What do you think of all the drama? Sound off below!
The Real Housewives of New York City airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.