Neither Jenelle or Nathan appeared at the Myrtle Beach courthouse yesterday and both were represented by their attorneys who campaigned, successfully, to have the charges related to their May 27th altercation dismissed.
Nathan and Jenelle became entangled in a messy, physical argument after returning from a trip to New York City together. Jenelle assumed they’d be rekindling their romance, but Nathan told her he started dating someone new and pressed charges against the Teen Mom 2 star, who then turned herself into police the following day.
On this week’s Blood, Sweat, and Heels, Chantelle Frasertook the formidable Demetria Lucas head on at the shade-throwin’ Hamptons dinner heard round the world. Now she’d like to explain just why she acted the way she did, and basically why she fundamentally dislikes Demetria. When asked in her Bravo blog the reason she went into uber-protective mode over good friend Geneva Thomas (and locked horns with Demetria as a result), Chantelle replied, “I am am not a passive aggressive person. I face issues head on and am not intimidated by anyone or afraid to voice my opinion. Geneva was disinvited to the wedding, because she ‘didn’t control me.’ The nerve! That’s an insult in itself. I cannot be owned by anyone nor am I Geneva’s child.” So, was Chantelle surprised Demetria fled the Hamptons trip after their argument? “No not at all,” she says, “She is another one that can dish it but can’t take it.”
Chantelle further explains that she thinks Demetria is playing mind games, and she wants none of it! She claims, “Demetria was being passive aggressive hiding behind Greg, and it was clearly a control tactic asking Geneva to apologize to HER man to negotiate her way back into the wedding. (Manage your own relationship, Demetria!).” Chantelle also questions Greg’s heavy influence over Demetria in their relationship: “Also, I’m not buying it that Greg can dictate to Demetria who she invites to her wedding. Come on, people! I would laugh in my man’s face if he tried to disinvite my best friend from my wedding. Secondly, Daisy [Lewellyn]having a breakdown in the afternoon because of Demetria’s dispassion toward her really affected me. At that point, I just wanted Demetria gone.”
Jill Zarin is excellent at acting horrible and being a terror, so why not leverage those skills into acting in horror films?! Jill landed role in a new Eric Red directed horror film which co-stars Kelly Rutherford and Rob Morrow.
Kristen Taekman went to the Berkshires expecting to have a peaceful weekend in beautiful surroundings, but instead she found herself in the midst of Dorinda Medley‘s rage! You guys, Kristen wasn’t trying to entice John at World Bar – she was just trying to dance and have fun – she didn’t deserve to be Frotteured!
Giving her side of the story over the drama with Dorinda’s boyfriend John, and Bethenny Frankel‘s ice princess routine, the Real Housewives Of New York star is frankly shocked that everything escalated to such heights! Well, they were in the mountains…
For Kristen it’s all Ramona Singer‘s fault that she got berated by Dorinda. “Ramona is such a sh– stirrer!” Kristen complains. “Ramona is constantly in the middle of it all. She starts it and passes it off to everyone else. Makes me nuts! So I was dumb for telling Dorinda to her face as opposed to talking behind her back? HELLO!”
Luann de Lessepsthinks Heather Thomson needs to be cool, not all uncool. In this week’s Bravo blog, the Real Housewives of New York’s resident Countess reviews the etiquette of Googling people’s dates, wearing elbow-length gloves to dinner, and offering meatballs to psychologically unstable dinner companions. Luann begins by praising Dorinda Medley’s beautiful home, and the sweet story of her father that went along with it. “The Berkshires in the winter is gorgeous, and Dorinda’s home is as vibrant as her personality,” she says, “I took a car from New York with Ramona [Singer], and I have to admit, it wasn’t all that bad! We’ve been through so much together that when we have a tiff, it’s more of a fender bender than a 95-car pileup. Boy, have things changed!”
Luann questions whether Ramona is ready to close the Mario chapter also, reflecting that “I think Ramona enjoys her business partner’s company and that is why she invited him to Dorinda’s party, yet I don’t feel like she’s completely moved on from Mario–they aren’t even divorced yet. They’ve been married for so long that it’s going to take time before she feels comfortable in the dating scene.” Next, Luann questions Kristen Taekman’s sanity in bringing up John’s handsy behavior to Dorinda. (Doesn’t she know that kind of smack talk is done firmly behind our friend’s back? What are we here, animals!?) Luann asks, “Is Kristen nuts bringing up how she feels about John with Dorinda? You can see in the flashback video that Kristen was getting her groove on with John and didn’t seem to mind grinding on the dance floor in front of the girls and her husband. Her explanation that shimmying in the back isn’t the same as the front seems a little hypocritical to me. John makes Dorinda happy, and she’s opened up her heart to him, so her friends need to accept John for who he is…a kind, sometimes slightly inappropriate man who should heed Dorinda’s warning that these girls are looking to throw him under the bus.”