A second source dished that the 38-year-old attorney filed a complaint against Singer with the network after finding out about the possible comments. Bravo swiftly launched a third-party investigation into the claims.
The Ageless by Ramona founder defended herself as she told the outlet “I never said that. It’s a terrible lie." Singer continued, “It’s very disappointing that even after my name was cleared that people still want to slander me.”
An insider revealed that the 64-year-old did take part in sensitivity training but according to a separate source, this is mandatory protocol for all housewives.
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Singer was cleared in the investigation but according to insiders, Williams was not happy with the way that it played out.
As OK! previously reported, RHONY season 13 was left without a reunion due to the investigation that did not clear Singer's name in time to film the annual special. According to TMZ, the entire cast was also asked to partake in a series of interviews to help with the investigation.
“It was already a low-rated season so there were concerns about who would tune in 3 months later,” a source told the outlet about attempting to get the ladies together to hash out the season.
Fans of the show called her out on the social media platform with one writing, “Um @BravoTV… your girl needed to be fired a while ago… but THIS is some bullsh*t. She needs to GO!”