Heather Thomson Fired? ‘RHONY’ Not At Odds With Co-Stars

Is Heather Thomson on the verge of being fired from The Real Housewives of New York City because of her ongoing feud with her co-stars? Earlier this week, as the Inquisitr previously reported, a source claimed Heather Thomson was on the “chopping block,” but now the rumor is being shot down.

On May 21, a source told Real Mr. Housewife there was no feud between Heather Thomson and her co-stars.

“[Heather Thomson] definitely is not feuding with the cast. While there has been some on-screen drama with Bethenny this season, reports that the entire cast is avoiding her and not speaking to her are simply not true.”

Throughout The Real Housewives of New York City season 7, Heather Thomson has had a few heated moments with Frankel and Sonja Morgan, but according to the source, the drama between them has not put Heather Thomson in jeopardy of losing her role on the Bravo reality series.

On May 18, Radar Online claimed Heather Thomson’s co-stars were “fed up” with her, and were refusing to be seen with her publicly. However, as Real Mr. Housewife‘s source pointed out, Heather Thomson and her co-stars’ Twitter and Instagram accounts clearly prove otherwise.

“Take a look at photos on social media as of late. Would there be pictures of [Heather Thomson] with her castmates both at the upfront and at other places if they were avoiding her? Whoever is spilling this tea is simply doing it to stir the pot, and [Heather Thomson] is strong and, simply, unbothered by drama that doesn’t even exist.”

According to the Radar Online report, “[Heather Thomson] doesn’t have a storyline, so she’s attacking Sonja [Morgan]. She says Sonja has no brands and no business …”

Morgan’s business endeavors have been a hot topic among many of her co-stars throughout the seventh season of The Real Housewives of New York City. Frankel has been concerned about whether the team behind Morgan is working in her best interest. During one scene, Frankel asked the team questions, but they refused to answer, or their responses were very vague. Understandably, Frankel took their behavior as a red flag.

Heather Thomson joined the cast of The Real Housewives of New York City during season 5, filling one of the empty spaces left by the fired wives of season 4, which included Kelly Bensimon, Jill Zarin, Alex McCord, and Cindy Barshop. Since then, she’s been an official cast member.

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