Sonya Morgan puts things right.
After Bethenny Frankel claimed her Podcast “ReWives” That her former star was It might have been released from season 10 From “The Real Housewives of New York City,” Morgan shared her side of the story.
“CEOs, not down-to-earth producers, have always told me they can count on me to get epic stuff at home with #TeamSonja,” He said in a statement to “Entertainment Tonight”. Friday.
“They said they could always get gold pictures of me even just talking to my poodle, without having to have a conversation with anyone,” she continued.
However, Morgan continued to share her love for Frankel.
“I love Bethenny,” she said, “and she’s always there for me.” “surely.”
In Frankel’s first podcast episode on Thursday, the Skinnygirl founder, 52, claimed he heard “one of the producers” say he wanted to “let Sonja go.”
Frankel declared Morgan a “disaster” at the time, thanks to her home issues and her business endeavors.
The “Big Shot with Bethenny” star also claimed that “RHONY” alum Alex McCord “would have been fired” years ago, claiming that “producers will return.” [that] by 1,000 percent.”
Frankel McCord, 49, called the show “extremely sane.”
“Someone told me… [that] She would have been fired,” she recalls while watching a scene from Season 3, claiming that she helped persuade McCord to have a “big moment” with Jill Zarin.
McCord remained on the show until season 4, with Morgan staying until the end of season 13. (The show has since Reworked for the fourteenth iteration.)
For Frankel, she was a major cast member in seasons 1 through 3 and 7 through 11.
Despite her attempts to distance herself from the franchise, Frankel announced her “Housewives” release last week – a podcast centered around her launch – and she was later Slammed by Carol Radziwill.
“She’s built her brand by directing and mocking women specifically, HWs & Betheny always goes back to what they do best,” wrote the journalist, who starred in seasons 5-10. “Some things never change.”
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