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‘The Real Housewives Of Miami’ Filming Cast Trip In The Hamptons — Medical Emergency Erupts, Ambulance & Police Were Called In After Cast Members ‘Fell Ill’ While Filming Revival Series For Peacock!

The Real Housewives of Miami headed to New York for their cast trip, which is being filmed for the upcoming Peacock revival series. 

Alexia Echevarria, Marysol Patton, Larsa Pippen, Lisa Hochstein, and Adriana de Moura — as well as rumored new cast members Kiki Barth, Nicole Martin, Guerdy Abraira, and Julia Lemigova, were previously spotted arriving at the airport and then shopping in the area.

“They’ve been shopping and enjoying the Hamptons,” a source told Page Six.

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The source reveals that the trip was to celebrate Larsa Pippen as she was hosting an event for her jewelry line, Larsa Marie. 

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The insider shared that the women are staying at an $8 million manse near popular Gurney’s Resort, which they found through Nest Seekers International’s Sara Burack.

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The three-story home has glass walls, a rooftop pool, a two-level garage, and 4,000 square feet of outdoor lounge and living areas, which will likely make it easy for the crew to navigate shooting.

However, days later multiple outlets reported that a medical emergency took place at the mansion. Apparently, ambulances, emergency medical technicians, and law enforcement personnel swarmed the $8.5 million Montauk mansion the ladies are staying in for a cast trip after some of the ladies reportedly "fell ill."

The Sun obtained and published photos of the chaos surrounding the luxury property, as one person who was allegedly on the scene told the outlet that a "cast member fell ill on the morning of July 22."

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"They were treated onsite and did not need to be transported to the hospital," the source said.

But a source revealed that RHOM stars are doing just fine after a medical emergency interrupted filming on Thursday.

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A source told Radar Online that the women are all "fine" following the scary incident that required an ambulance and multiple police cars. The outlet reports that it's still unclear which housewife suffered the health scare.


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