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The Battle Of The Real Housewives of New York City – See What Theyre Saying

The Real Housewives of New York City are mad. And they apparently aren’t going to take it any more. Their anger, disdain and vitriol isn’t just reserved for their TV show. The venom seeps into their interviews, blog posts and tweets. Check out what these catty characters are saying about each other here.

Kelly Bensimon on Bethanny
“shes stands for everything i hate: user, aggressive, selfish, plays people. i like smart, honest, loving, and giving people”

“speaking ill of a person who is dead/dying crosses the line for me. i have a lot of integrity and expect it of others”

Kelly on All of them:
” these women are vicious/ jealous. they hated me before i got on the show. haters are part of the ecosystem. just laugh”

Ramona on Kelly
“Why does Kelly NEVER GET IT?!?!? ? Am I the only one who thinks Kelly is an air head?”

“Kelly has gotten worse and worse. This is scary no?”

Ramona on Jill
“How selfish and self-absorbed can Jill be? I’m always there for Jill but she’s never there for me.”

Ramona on Jill and LuAnn
“Why are Jill and LuAnn always soo negative?”

Alex McCord on Kelly
“Does Kelly not know Gummi Bears are processed food?”

“Kelly seems to be slowly but surely going crazy.”

Bethenny on Kelly
“I have to be honest. I felt for a few years now that I was seeing something in Kelly that I couldn’t believe others couldn’t see. I grew up in an insane asylum, so I can sense when someone is unstable from the beginning. I have seen signs of Kelly’s erratic behavior for years now, and of course there was the domestic violence charge with her ex boyfriend. Things like that just don’t happen to people. A large part of me feels sorry for her and sincerely thinks she should not be participating in a reality show environment. I don’t think she can resist the temptation of the attention it brings regardless of the fact that it may not be good for her.”

Luann on Kelly:
“Kelly’s lack of empathy makes it hard for her to be a good girlfriend.”

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