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Aviva Drescher regrets calling castmates 'white trash'

6/12/2014
 Aviva Drescher regrets calling castmates 'white trash' Aviva Drescher regrets calling castmates 'white trash'

The Real Housewives Of New York City star Aviva Drescher has apologized for calling castmates "white trash" during the heated fight on Monday's (03Sep12) episode. The Housewives' serene and stress-free vacation to St. Barths took a turn for the worse when a fiery argument broke out between Drescher and co-stars Sonja Morgan and Ramona Singer. In this middle of a fight - about Drescher bringing her husband to the so-called girls' vacation - she lost her temper and called the two best friends "white trash". Months after the incident, Drescher has opened up to Us Weekly magazine about the hurtful term, and apologizes for the unnecessary bullying. She says, "First and foremost, I am very much against name-calling... it just slipped out... I regret ever calling anybody a name like that. What was behind those words was tremendous hurt and disappointment in these women that I thought were my friends and ultimately set me up to fail." Despite her remorse, Drescher admits that not all relationships are amicable, revealing, "We're very fractured. I get along with everybody except for Ramona and her puppet - I mean Sonja. Ramona, Sonja and I are not speaking."

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