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Carole Radziwill Slams Luann de Lesseps For “Addictions And Family Problems

The Real Housewives of New York viewers are well-aware that Luann de Lesseps and Carole Radziwill never truly got along. Sure they’ve had some fun moments here and there, but their time together is marked by shady comments and downright insults.

With Luann fresh out of rehab and Carole‘s announcement that she will not be back on the show next season, I figured they would retract their claws, but apparently that’s not the case. Luann referenced Carole’s departure from Real Housewives of New York during her cabaret show and Carole snapped back on Twitter with a pretty scathing insult.

Essentially this all started when Carole’s best-friend-turned-enemy Bethenny Frankel tweeted that Carole got fired from the show. A fan tweeted Carole, “The fact that Bethenny would even say that you were fired bc she gave Bravo an ultimatum is bullshit. She said that bc for whatever reason, B sees you as some kind of competition. She’s such an immature crybaby.”

Bethenny Frankel Implies Carole Radziwill Was Fired From Real Housewives Of New York
Carole quoted that tweet and added, “People say the dumbest shit. But it actually sounds like something she’d do. I’m glad I’m not filming the show any longer. It took too much of my time and focus away from others things I wanted to do. Thanks for kind words.”
So where does Luann come in? Just wait for it. In response to that last tweet a fan wrote to Carole, “Luann implied you were fired also at her cabaret show. Although she’s not to be trusted.”
Then Carole really went for jugular when she tweeted, “I’m all good! Luann should focus on her own addictions and family problems. I wish her the best.”

TELL US- DO YOU THINK CAROLE RADZIWILL WAS FIRED FROM REAL HOUSEWIVES OF NEW YORK? WAS IT INAPPROPRIATE FOR LUANN TO IMPLY THAT CAROLE WAS FIRED DURING HER CABARET SHOW? DID CAROLE GO TOO FAR WITH HER COMEBACK WHEN SHE SLAMMED LUANN FOR “ADDICTIONS AND FAMILY PROBLEMS”?

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