Bethenny Frankel sheds some light on the possible reasoning behind Bravo’s decision to delay season 4 of the Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip.
On her Just B podcast, Real Housewives of New York alum Bethenny Frankel addressed “sub-lawsuits” that Bravo is currently dealing with at the moment. While addressing this subject, Bethenny Frankel hinted that one of the lawsuits may involve cast members from season 4 of the Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip.
As you know already, Brandi is accused of inappropriately touching Caroline while filming season 4 of RHUGT. The incident led to both exiting the trip early.
Since then, Caroline has vowed that she will “never” return to Real Housewives after her “traumatic” incident filming season 4 of the Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip.
Brandi, on the other hand, has claimed that the incident between her and Caroline was complete “BS” and a “f–king setup.” She also alleged that Caroline was “fine.”
Now, Bethenny Frankel is shedding additional light on the situation between Brandi and Caroline. Per Bethenny, Brandi was “being told to act a certain way” during the trip to Morocco, while Caroline has “also taken up legal representation.” Bethenny then noted how Bravo has “coincidentally” pushed the project to 2024 as of late.
“Pandora’s box has been opened,” Bethenny said.
She also claims that Bravo has recently “watered down” Andy Cohen’s late-night talk show Watch What Happens Live amid pending lawsuits. According to Bethenny, Bravo is on “full alert” and “nervous” about the “pending lawsuit.”
RHUGT: RHONY Legacy will begin streaming on Peacock in December.
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Source: Reality Blurb