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Leah McSweeney Has Not Singed Her RHONY Contract For Season 13 And Is Reportedly Holding Out For More Money After She Was Offered A ‘Minuscule’ Pay Raise!

Leah McSweeney has not signed her contract for the upcoming thirteenth season of The Real Housewives of New York City.

According to TMZ, Leah is struggling to strike a deal with Bravo. Leah apparently scored new reps as she negotiated a deal after the network offered her a “minuscule” pay raise.

Deadline reported on September 15 that the Married to the Mob founder and CEO has signed with talent agency WME for representation

Fans recently noticed that Leah removed “RHONY” from her IG bio. McSweeney is being offered a “pathetically low” pay raise to appear on the next season and will have to say sayonara to the series if she isn’t offered a more respectable sum, the source said.

The Post claims that the mother-of-one will not confirm her participation in Season 13 until a more substantive offer is on the table, said the insider.

Bravo exes will have to make a decision soon as the new season is slated to start shooting in the next few weeks.

McSweeney, along with most other first-time housewives, made about $3,000 per episode which totaled $60,000 for the season, TMZ reported. Leah believes Bravo is attempting to similarly lowball her with the Season 13 offer, the source confirmed.

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