The Real Housewives of New York City star Ramona Singer is opening up about her divorce and her husband Mario’s cheating in a new blog post for Bravo.
After filing for divorce late last year, only to reconcile, Ramona left Mario Singer for good after he stepped out with Kasey Dexter again this summer.
“Having your husband betray you is the worst feeling in the world, and I wish it on no one,” the reality star writes, addressing Mario's cheating with Kasey.
Singer can't help but note the irony of shutting down Andy Cohen's attempts to ask about her marriage during her show's recent reunion taping.
“How ironic that last week during the [RHONYC] Reunion Part 2, I was protecting my husband and not being polite to Andy [Cohen]," Ramona writes.
"Just the week before, I kicked Mario out. It came out in the press a day later.”
After Mario’s first reported affair and subsequent reconciliation with his wife, their relationship never went back to what it used to be, Singer laments.
Ramona writes that she hasn’t been herself because of it.
“I feel like I was emotionally bruised for the past five months by Mario,” she confesses. “I felt as if I was walking on eggshells. We were working with a marriage counselor."
Frequently, she says during her recent ordeal, “I was in a fragile state.”
That may explain why Singer called 911 on Dexter, believing her husband's mistress was stalking her in a restaurant this week; NYPD officers responded to the call.
The woman in question had no connection to either Singer or Dexter.
In a separate interview with Us, she discusses how she busted her spouse cheating, leading to the Tweet she sent out confirming Ramona's divorce:
"He wouldn't admit to it. He said everything was great with us. Then the next morning I pushed him on it and he admitted he [had seen her]," she says.
"And I just said, 'I can't do this anymore. Goodbye.' I left him a note saying, 'Please don't come to the house in the Hamptons, and please get an apartment."
July 24, she sent him packing, in no uncertain words, saying:
"I don't want to see you anymore.' And that was it."