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Luann de Lesseps Ordered To Attend Court Next Month To Determine Plea Deal In Palm Beach Arrest — Luann Will Leave Rehab After Three Weeks For Her #CountessAndFriends Cabaret Show And Will Continue To Seek Outpatient Treatment, Sources Say!

Luann de Lesseps announced on Saturday that she would be returning from the alcohol treatment facility after three weeks to take the stage for her acclaimed cabaret show next month. “Thank you so much for all of your support,” The Real Housewives of New York City star wrote on Instagram, according to PEOPLE.

“I wanted you to know I’m doing great and I hope you’ll come and see me. … Looking forward to being back on stage!!!”

The former Countess is scheduled to take the stage at The Paramount in Long Island, New York, on Aug. 4 and then again at the Music Box Theater at The Borgata in Atlantic City, New Jersey, on Aug. 24.

After her cabaret, “she will continue her out-patient treatment” before returning to film the next season of the Bravo series, a source revealed to PEOPLE. “Luann feels a lot better. Bravo has been so supportive.”

Meanwhile, it's been reported that de Lesseps has been ordered to appear in court next month to determine whether or not she will receive jail time for her Palm Beach drunken arrest.

According to court documents obtained by Radar Online, de Lesseps skipped out on her court hearing scheduled for Wednesday, July 25. The hearing was originally scheduled to determine the fate of her plea proposal.

Court documents showed the plea conference has been rescheduled to August 29, when a judge will either approve or disapprove of de Lesseps’ plea proposal. According to the court documents, Luann’s presence at the hearing is mandatory.


If she fails to appear next month, her bond will be forfeited and a warrant will be issued for her arrest.

As a part of her plea deal proposal, Luann has pleaded guilty to the charges of resisting an officer with violence, trespass, and disorderly intoxication. She is also offering to have one year of probation over jail time, in addition to paying a $2,500 fine, 50 hours of community service and attend a Victim Impact class by Mother’s Against Drunk Driving.

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