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Ramona Singer Being accused of using a racial slur and making other derogatory comments in a just-released exposé.

After the explosive article was teased for a few days, Real Housewives of New York City Alum, 66 years old, was criticized for alum’s behavior as another Real Housewives A star claimed that she was forced into filming after peeing herself. Leah McSweeneyShe confirmed that she had filed a complaint of discrimination against Bravo The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), after filming Season 3. of Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip.

In the October 30 exposé from Vanity Fair, titled, “Inside the ‘Real Housewives’ Reckoning That’s Rocking Bravo,” it was noted that Leah’s complaint was filed on March 10 and accused the network of Violation of the Americans with Disabilities Act

You can also read about the advantages of using RHONY fans will recall, Leah’s alcohol and addiction issues were captured amid season 12, and the following year, she was seen reeling after missing her grandmother’s death during a cast trip to the Hamptons.

Even though a source within the production said that Leah received help at the moment for “whatever day or time [she] need[ed] to be with [her] grandmother,” Leah had a different opinion.

“It hurt so bad that I was not able to grieve,” Leah explained. “That I had people not showing me any kind of compassion or humanity regarding it.”

Leah spent a total of eight days in a mental hospital after her death. After that, she was allegedly told by Shed’s senior vice president of Programming and development Lisa ShannonYou can also view the newest videos on YouTube “kind of didn’t like” She is a “there was such a stark difference between [her] when [she was] drinking versus this season.”

Leah quit the show due to issues with Bravo over the telephone. She agreed to accept a $250,000 payment to appear in RHUGTShe was encouraged to drink by her co-stars.

“I wish you were still drinking. That’s all,” Marysol PattonThe 56-year-old admitted that she had texted her before the trip.

Further, Heather GayShe also said that she wanted to “get Leah drunk,” You can also find out more about the following: Gizelle Bryant, 53, asked, “Like, if you drank this week, would that be a big deal?”

In response to Leah’s discrimination claims, Christie Del Rey-ConeA lawyer for Bravo, Shed Media and Warner Bros. Discovery told Vanity Fair. “Production spent endless amounts of time accommodating her.”

“[Leah] spent much of RHONY season 12 discussing (and sometimes even mocking) the alleged [disabilities] that are now the subject of” Christie went on to say that Leah had been offered assistance in a variety of areas. of occasions.

You can find out more about this by clicking here. Housewives star came forward and claimed she was forced to continue filming after she drank too much amid the cast’s trip to Mexico, where they were “fully stocked,” She woke up covered in her own urine.

The unnamed actress claimed to be too ill. RHONY Producers allegedly ignored her illness.

“People on set kept telling her she was fine, it was just the Mexican water screwing up her stomach,” Shared article “The same thing had happened to them in Cartagena, Colombia, the year before.”

After being forced back to filming, it was reported that the woman vomited in the van while riding with the cast. A doctor then administered a shot.

A Bravo spokesperson responded. The Messenger, “Bravo requires its third-party producers to follow its policies and guidelines to maintain a safe and respectful workplace for all cast and crew on our shows. When a complaint is brought to our attention, we work with our third-party production companies to ensure all necessary steps are taken to address the concern, including a prompt and thorough investigation and remedial action where warranted.”

“We are always improving upon our policies and procedures and recently sent updates to our production companies, including stricter guidelines on alcohol consumption and direction on when to intervene to maintain the safety of cast and crew, increased psychological support, enhanced workplace trainings, more serious consequences for physical violence on set, and a requirement to provide cast and crew with a direct line to NBCUniversal to raise concerns,” They continued. “Additionally, we have put in place protocols to increase our oversight to ensure that our standards are being met.”

As for Ramona’s alleged racist behavior, the magazine said she used the n-word during a conversation with a Black crew member amid filming on RHONY Season 13. Warner Bros. responded to the complaint by Shed Media. Discovery, Bravo and NBCUniversal Ramona An investigation into the incident was launched after the defendant denied making the comments. “inconclusive.”

Before the start of Filming season 13 which ended in a complete reboot of The cast Ramona and her co-stars, including the series’ first-ever Black star, Eboni K. Williams, 40, took part in a “virtual education session” The meeting included an NBCUniversal Communications executive, a Bravo Publicist, and representatives of a racial rights organization. Eboni also claimed that during the session. Ramona didn’t understand why she shouldn’t say that Black fathers are typically absent from their children’s lives.

“’What if they don’t have a father? Why can’t I say that?’” Ramona asked, per Eboni. “’Most of them don’t.’”

Even after a Bravo publicist pointed out her Black father, Ramona She claimed that she was able to prove her claim by reading a research study.

Ramona Also accused of Saying the Show “shouldn’t have black people” It would be a shame if it didn’t. “ruin our show.” In response to your question, Ramona explained, “The training included ‘open dialogue.’ In that spirit, I asked a question about a statistic I had read about single-parent households, where children with single-parent households were statistically less likely to succeed than two-parent households.”

“In fact, I supported adding diverse cast members well before before [sic] Eboni was added,” Ramona Emails can be added to.

After Ramona’s comments put her on producers’ “hot sheet,” a post-filming document, producer Andy Cohen, 55, responded.

“These are incredible reads and will be amazing episodes. The fact that this particular journey through white fragility ends with Ramona DM’ing Bryan Cranston is next level,” In his own email, he stated that.

Another racially offensive comment Ramona The alleged incident occurred as she spoke with a Black woman production staffer and told her that, “’There’s so many of you guys here now, please don’t change your hair as I’m not gonna be able to remember anybody’s names.’”

Then, according to RamonaThe statement was indicative of You can find out more about this by clicking here. “inability to remember names.”

“As an example, just last week I saw a photo with me and Travis Kelce from 2016 on Watch What Happens Live and I thought he was Jax Taylor,” She said

The exposé also noted that two sources said Ramona exclaimed, “There’s so many black chicks!” Although she denies using it, the footage clearly shows her saying it. “black chicks.”

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