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How could a person be “surprised” that a conversation she had with a Real Housewives cast member while the show was filming would actually get aired in an episode? In all honesty, that’s just ridiculous, but a woman named Barbara Kavovit is claiming just that. She even tried to have a judge block a Real Housewives of New York episode from airing the “private” conversation. (Tonight’s episode)

Sorry, girl. There’s no such thing as privacy when it comes to reality television. Plus this attempt to prevent the episode from airing has just increased the hype around it. In short, this woman is way out of bounds and her plan completely backfired.

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Barbara claims that she didn’t know Carole Radziwill was wearing a microphone…. at a Real Housewives event… with cameras around while the show was very clearly filming. There is no chance in hell that she “had no idea” the conversation was being recorded. Plus, she probably did sign a release to appear on camera.

According to NY Daily News, Barbara’s lawyer Joshua Lockamy “hinted in court that the conversations had already caused drama among the show’s cast.” So obviously there was no chance the episode wouldn’t air tonight or that the discussion would get cut out.

The lawyer also said that a “star of the show” texted Barbara saying, “Knowing what I know now, I wouldn’t have invited you to my wedding.” Gee, who could have said that. cough cough- Luann de Lesseps– cough cough.

The funniest part about this whole thing was when Judge Gerald Lebovits joked, “How could I stop the millions of adoring fans from learning about this?” That’s no joke to me though.

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Did you watch the episode tonight? Do you think what she said was that terrible? Should Luann be offended?

TELL US- DO YOU BELIEVE THAT BARBARA HAD NO IDEA THE CONVERSATION WITH CAROLE WAS RECORDED?

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