Former RHONY star Jill Zarin is still feuding with Bethenny Frankel. Although it has been years since the pair starred alongside one another on The Real Housewives of New York City, Zarin is still upset about how their relationship ended. She took to Twitter on April 2, where she revealed her thoughts.
Also on Twitter, the former RHONY star reacted to a rerun of the show, which aired on Bravo earlier that day.
“I just caught scene with @CountessLuann and my heart melted. I get nostalgic but don’t miss the meanness and jealousy.”
Jill Zarin was one of the original wives on The Real Housewives of New York City’s first season, but after Season 4, she was let go along with fellow former RHONY stars Kelly Bensimon, Alex McCord, and Cindy Barshop.
As the Inquisitr reported, the former RHONY star rebooted her feud with Frankel during a taping of The Love & Sex Report with Millionaire Matchmaker Patti Stanger last month.
On the weekly podcast show, as reported by Radar Online on March 24, the former RHONY star claimed Frankel lied about how she was cast on The Real Housewives of New York City, thus failing to give Zarin and her husband, Bobby, their due credit.
“She had always told the truth in the past, that Bobby had come up to her and asked if she wanted to be on the show that Jill was doing.”
According to the former RHONY star, it was her and her husband, Bobby Zarin, who brought Frankel aboard the series years ago. But while the Skinnygirl mogul typically was honest about how she got her job with Bravo, Zarin claims Frankel changed her tune during an interview in 2010. While speaking to Matt Lauer on the Today show, Frankel “changed the story,” according to Zarin, and left her and her husband out of the story.
“This time, she told Matt Lauer that the producers came to her and they wanted her. And it was a lie! And I got really hurt. It was just like, the last straw.”
Since then, the former RHONY star has remained estranged from her former friend, who recently returned to the show after taking a few years off. The Real Housewives of New York City premieres on April 7.
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