Siggy Flicker Relieved To Have Quit Real Housewives sOf New Jersey; Blames Margaret Josephs

Siggy Flicker has announced that she will not return to Real Housewives Of New Jersey because she feels she was bullied by Margaret Josephs and Danielle Staub.

As we count down to the season finale, Siggy is OK with her decision to leave and has no regrets. “I’ve never been so happy with my decision,” she says. “I made the right decision and I would do it all over again. I love Bravo and I love Andy Cohen but at the end of the day all the odds were stacked up against me and I chose my family.”

Despite semi-forgiveness in Milan, Siggy is back to deeming Margaret’s “Hitler comment” unforgivable; and claims she left the show to preserve her sanity.

“I made the right decision and I would do it all over again,” Siggy told Radar Online. Siggy also revealed that she’s made lasting friendships with several of her co-stars and leaving the show won’t change that. “I love Teresa, I love Melissa and I love Dolores and they’re going to rock next season. And they all reached out. Because we are real friends.”

Siggy elaborated on her decision to distance herself from RHONJ in an instagram post following last night’s episode. Siggy called out Margaret and Danielle, and then cited her father as a guiding force in her un-forgiveness. “I JUST LOVE AND ADORE MY FATHER!!! He told me to STAY AWAY from M[argaret] & I did just that,” praises Siggy. “Once again Danielle was completely out of line & in my opinion, trying to stir the pot when she tried to drag me across the room to meet M[arge] senior at the Gorga’s Pizzeria! Why would I want to meet her in the 1st place?”

Siggy continued, “Anyway here is the full advice my father gave me & he was spot on! When Margaret mentioned Hitler in the middle of a conversation that was far removed from anything having to do with him, it was solely for one purpose — to get you upset. If the conversation had to do with World War II, with the Holocaust, and with the Nazis — then it would have made sense to mention this person, surely history’s greatest criminals. But the mention of his name in a conversation about a fund-raising activity for a distraught family, was completely out of place. The whole intention was to get you upset. She is not an historian that one may have a conversation about Hitler and the Nazis. She had her eyes set on you and was looking for a way to get you started. As to whether she’s an anti-Semite or not. Perhaps she is, and perhaps not. One thing is certain; she is abrasive and spiteful; otherwise, she would not have mentioned his name in a conversation totally divorced from him, and to a person who happens to be Jewish — and she knew it. She was out to get you. So, the smart thing to do is to avoid that woman altogether, other than a polite, ‘hello, how are you, and have a good day.’ Nothing more. Be nice, curt, polite — and don’t get involved in any discussion with her — not about the weather, not about the price of rice in China, not about politics; briefly, not about any subject. This, so as to avoid any repeat attempt by her to get you emotionally upset. She has a way of doing this — probably with other persons as well. ~ Dr. Mordecai Paldiel

I love how her dad is a relationship counselor too – runs in the family, eh!


[Photo Credit: Bravo]