'RHONY' Star Ramona Singer Addicted To Pills? Accusations Fly About Her 'Irrational' Behavior

Is Ramona Singer addicted to pills again?

The Real Housewives of New York star recently accused co-star Sonja Morgan of mixing adult beverages and medication. However, Radar Online is reporting that Singer is the one with the addiction problem.

During an installment of Watch What Happens Live, Singer accused Morgan of popping medication while drinking alcohol. In response, Morgan revealed that Singer is "on pills."

"Ramona's diet pill problem has been an ongoing battle the past few years," an insider revealed to In Touch. "It began when she went to see a doctor to lose some weight."

Singer has since denied the reports that she struggles with addiction to medication.

"I don't use diet pills and never have," she explained to the outlet. "Perhaps if I did, I would not be 5 pounds over my normal weight!"

Singer's behavior, meanwhile, has been a constant source of contention on the show. In fact, some of her co-stars have stopped inviting her to parties because she constantly shows up drunk.

'RHONY' star Sonja Morgan Slams Bestie Ramona Singer, Claims She Will
Ramona Singer and Sonja Morgan [Image via Bravo]

Although Singer adamantly denies her addiction to pills, a source told Radar Online that she had a "serious meltdown" once the news broke.

"Ramona has lost her mind because her secret is out. She's been calling friends crying, and is irrational and erratic," the source shared.

Apparently, Singer didn't think any of her co-stars would dish on her pill popping addiction.

Now that her addiction it out in the open, the ladies on The Real Housewives of New York are concerned about what Ramona Singer might do next.

"Ramona is on the show slamming LuAnn and Sonja for being out of control and saying they're the ones to be worried about, but the one everyone is worried about is Ramona!" the insider continued. "Friends are concerned and think she needs help."

This is not the first time Singer has had problems with medication. In her tell-all book, Life on the Ramona Coaster, Singer revealed that she abused medication after her marriage with Mario fell apart.

"I kept nodding off because I was taking too much anxiety medication," Singer admitted. "I didn't realize it at the time, but I was overmedicating myself to combat depression."

Along with her addiction to pills, Singer's irrational behavior has led to conflicts with her friends on the show.

According to Reality Tea, Singer's latest antics have led to a division between her and longtime associate Dorinda Medley.

The friendship between Medley and Singer began to fall apart after the latter had a very heated argument with Medley's boyfriend, John Mahdessian. Not only do Mahdessian and Singer loathe each other's presence, but they've taken their beef onto the show, much to Medley's distaste.

John Mahdessian and Dorinda Medley [Image via Bravo]
John Mahdessian and Dorinda Medley [Image via Bravo]

Medley voiced her opinion on the matter in a recent Bravo blog post.

"Ramona Singer is like a fine wine... she only gets better with time. In theory!" Medley wrote. "You know what you're going to get, because no matter what, she will either say the wrong thing or say the right thing at the wrong time."

Medley went on to share that Singer doesn't really know that she is causing so much trouble. Instead, Medley admitted that Singer "can only be nice to one person at a time."

At the same time, part of Singer's problem is that she always likes to be the center of attention. Unfortunately, this often leads to conflict between her and pretty much everyone on the show.

In light of their recent arguments, it will be interesting to see if Singer and Medley get over their recent feud. If Singer really does have an addiction to pills, then this might be just the tip of the iceberg.

The Real Housewives of New York airs Wednesday nights on Bravo.

Bravo fans, tell us what you think! Does Ramona Singer truly have a problem with pills? Let us know in the comments below.

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