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RHONJ: Caroline Manzo & Dina Both Claim They Were "Pawns" PLUS Their Mom Pipes In!

Caroline Manzo & Dina Manzo In Happier Times

Are Caroline Manzo and Dina Manzo not talking anymore? And is their mom now getting in the mix? According to new reports the two sisters, who were once very close, are no longer communicating.

But, no matter how old you are, your mother will always pipe in. Be it when you are five, fifteen or a grown woman with children of your own. And moms, they never like to see their children fight, argue  or to feel like pawns – like in the case of Caroline and Dina Manzo.

So about the whole “pawn” thing. The two (once) Real Housewives of New Jersey have both felt that were being – in a sense – used by the Real Housewives to add more drama. In an interview with US Weekly, Caroline said about Teresa Guidice’s behavior on the show that, “it was all a charade,” Manzo said. “And we were all pawns in her horrible game.”

And on Dina Manzo’s twitter account she stated about the timing of the Us Weekly article addressing her breakup with her sister saying…“Ohh fun! I LOVE being used as a pawn for HW reunion ratings! FUN FUN FUN! Great timing for that article no? #sarcastictweet”

Both women felt like they were “pawns” in the Real Housewives game. And if it’s true that Dina and Caroline have severed their sisterhood due to Teresa’s actions and manipulations…well that’s just sad.

And now their mom Nettie Laurita is getting into the mix too. She posted the tweet: “It’s never a good idea to confide in people unless thier trust has been tested over and over until there is no doubt left…then,once more.” She doesn’t mention Teresa Giudice by name, but it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to figure out who she is talking about.

So now this leaves three generations of Lauritas/Manzos affected by the curse of the Real Housewives, Caroline and Dina’s mother, Caroline and Dina, and Caroline and Dina’s kids.

Do you think the family will ever be able to heal after the damage that hurricane Housewives has created?

 

 

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