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Leah McSweeney Opens Up About Her Ongoing Feud With Ramona Singer; Compares Her To An “Evil Stepmother” — Plus Leah Addresses Recent Drama With Avery Singer!

Leah McSweeney is opening up about her ongoing feud with Real Housewives of New York City star Ramona Singer. “Ramona is like the evil stepmother that you don’t have. I mean, that’s how I’m feeling now,” she told Us Weekly on an upcoming episode of the “Getting Real With the Housewives” podcast.

“Look, I’m forgiving. I am able to keep things moving. I can forgive, I can move on all that. But there are instances where I’m watching this and I’m like, you know, there’s a lot of me owning up to s—t and apologizing for s—t, but not so much on the other side and some things. And I think on the reunion, that’s all gonna have to be addressed. … Get ready everybody [for the reunion]. ‘Cause I’m so ready for it. And I cannot wait.”

“Why was Ramona on my case so much? I don’t know!” McSweeney told the publication. “I think the audience was surprised to see it from what I’ve read. People were like, ‘Oh my God, I can’t believe Ramona’s mothering.’ … We’re seeing the soft side of Ramona. So, you know, I think people were shocked to see that, [but] I don’t think that this is out of character for her. No.”

Leah says she and Singer “look at the world” in “different” ways.

“What’s completely unacceptable to her is much different than what’s unacceptable to me,” she explains. “Now was my behavior, like, wonderful? And like, am I proud of being completely drunk and doing somersaults and crying and screaming in Rhode Island? No. But at the same time, I can get over that easier rather than someone like Ramona fat-shaming Sonja [Morgan] or, you know, saying that her brand sucks or whatever. … I’m just, like, a crazy person.”

Ramona and Leah have been feuding after Singer criticized her co-star’s drunk antics during the cast trip to Rhode Island. Leah also opened up about clapping back at Singer's daughter, Avery, who slammed the new cast member over her drunken behavior.

“I mean, look, she’s trying to stand up for her mom,” Leah told Us Weekly about the situation. “I get it. Who doesn’t want to stand up for their mom? But, is it hypocritical? Absolutely. But I’m sure the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.”

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