Ramona Singer is infamous for forcing hotel staff members to unpack her luggage on Real Housewives of New York cast trips. She never seems at-all-appreciative for the assistance and we never see her leaving a tip (but I’m hoping she does leave a generous gratuity and we just never got to see it on the show).
So, it’s really not surprising that Ramona’s daughter Avery Singer “allegedly” acts like a diva when she has to pack up her belongings. Like mother, like daughter, right? Well, apparently, Avery caused quite the scene in a New York City FedEx.
Page Six reported that Avery tried to use the Fedex as “her own personal moving company,” which means she tried to get the employees to pack up her belongings and bring things in from her car, which is not a part of their job description. Allegedly, a FedEx employee tried to explain this to Avery and she “became frustrated and refused to take no for an answer.” Like mother, like daughter, right?
There were not enough boxes in the store for all of Avery’s stuff, so she just left her belongings “scattered across the store for the workers to deal with.” Who does that? Doesn’t she care about her things? Apparently not. However, a different source said the company was OK with her doing this.
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Avery’s rep (yes, she has a rep, for some reason) said, “so much of this is untrue and extremely exaggerated,” which makes me wonder which parts are true.
Her representative said, “Avery has been shipping from this FedEx location since before March and throughout the entire move and everyone has been so courteous and helpful.” Additionally, “The original location was unable to accommodate the size [of] box she needed to ship, so she had to switch locations. But that’s all it was. Someone is obviously trying to make more about this situation than it really is.”
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Where there’s smoke, there’s fire. The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. Basically, there are a lot of cliched phrases that apply to this story.
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