Kristen Taekman Slams Ramona Singer: ‘He Could Have Done Any Number Of Things’
Kristen Taekman may have been rather innocent in the vacation drama on this season of The Real Housewives of New York, but she has an opinion of what went down. As fans saw this week, Heather Thomson was furious that she had woken up in her bed — with another guy sleeping in her room. Ramona Singer had apparently brought home a guy, but changed her mind about hooking up with him. Instead, she sent him to sleep in Heather’s room.
Kristen Taekman didn’t realize what had happened until the next morning. Taekman kept a low profile, but she clearly understands why Thomson was furious with Singer. She was scared that she had woken up with a naked man in her room.
According to a new Bravo report, Kristen Taekman is now revealing that the guy could have done any number of things, including robbing them. Some of the ladies had no idea that there were guys in the house with them.
“The issue that Heather had, I completely agree and understand where she was coming from. Leaving your house guest unattended was not right. By all means, screw the guy, have him spend the night, whatever you want… but keep him to yourself… no one needed to see his penis that early in the morning,” Kristen Taekman reveals in her blog.
Of course, many of the ladies wanted Singer to hook up with another man, but they didn’t appreciate her sending him elsewhere to sleep. Kristen Taekman is just thankful that nothing was stolen.
“Furthermore, he should not be up, kicking back, drinking juice on the sofa alone! The real issue here that everyone is missing is that RAMONA, once again, is the one that started all of this! The unattended man was RAMONA’S! Why is this argument between Heather and Lu? RAMONA! Ok … The more I thought about it later on, we all had jewelry with us and he could have done any number of things. It’s just not cool. Heather was in shock and very, very mad,” Kristen Taekman reveals.
According to the Inquisitr, Ramona has written a book about her life and she does talk about her estranged husband in the book. But it sounds like she wants to move on, and Taekman fully supports her in finding love elsewhere.
What do you think of Kristen Taekman’s interpretation of this crazy trip? Do you think the wives were wrong to bring men home?
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