Aviva Drescher Takes Lie Detector Test, Reveals Shocking Details About Her Marriage To Reid

Aviva Drescher's marriage appears to be nearing its end on the upcoming episode of WEtv's Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars.

In a sneak peek of the new episode, obtained by Radar Online on March 5, Aviva Drescher is seen taking a polygraph test, which she fails miserably. Answering questions about her marriage, and her feelings about ex-husband Harry Dubin, the former Real Housewives of New York City star appears to be ready to move on from her husband, Reid.

"Will you give up reality TV for Reid?" counselor Jim Carroll asks Aviva Drescher in the preview.

"Yes," Drescher responds, but according to the polygraph administrator, the answer wasn't truthful.

Next, Aviva Drescher's co-stars, including football player Jacob Payne and former Hills star Spencer Pratt, are encouraged to ask her questions.

"Did you come to boot camp to work on your marriage?" asks Payne.

After answering "yes," the administrator notes Aviva Drescher's response as a lie.

"Do you want to be with your ex husband still?" asks Pratt.

Again, Aviva Drescher's "yes" response is deemed a lie.

While Aviva Drescher certainly gave reason to believe she and Reid could be headed for a divorce, the couple appears to be doing just fine, judging by the Twitter photos Drescher has recently shared.

Aviva Drescher appeared on The Real Housewives of New York City for Seasons 5 and 6 before reportedly being fired by Bravo.

Months later, Bravo brought Bethenny Frankel back to the series, and added a new housewife, Dorinda Medley, for Season 7. Also returning to the show for the upcoming installment are LuAnn de Lesseps, Ramona Singer, Carole Radziwill, Kristen Taekman, Sonja Morgan, and Heather Thomson.

As the Inquisitr previously reported, Bethenny Frankel recently opened up about Aviva Drescher's Season 6 antics, claiming she likely did things she wouldn't normally do in an effort to stir the pot.

Speaking to KQED Pop last month, Frankel explained the following.

"I think it's a lack of personal creativity, or people feel like they don't know what else to do or say so they just want to do something outlandish. I'm doing the show because I miss the connection with women. For me personally, I think I have enough going on in my life that I don't need to do something ridiculous or outlandish just to make it interesting."
For more Aviva Drescher, tune into Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars at 9 p.m. on WEtv.

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