The Real Housewives of New York City star Ramona Singer recently left her months-long quarantine spot of Florida last week. The reality star explained her actions as well as the precautions she took while traveling via a statement she provided to Page Six on Thursday.
Ramona called her decision to quarantine with ex-husband Mario Singer and daughter Avery Singer as “the best thing we could have done for one another.”
As The Inquisitr previously reported, Ramona and her daughter, Avery, fled New York City in early March to quarantine in Florida. The pair had been staying in a condo in Boca Raton, Florida, owned by Ramona’s ex-husband. Ramona admitted in the statement that she was “fortunate” that Mario had extended the offer for them to stay.
Ramona and her daughter returned from the southern state last week. Per the Page Six report, the reality star disclosed that she had planned her return a while ago.
“It was always the plan to come back to New York at this time.”
Ramona is currently staying in her Hamptons home while Avery is back at her New York City apartment.
The reality star explained to Page Six in March why she needed to leave New York. Ramona went to Florida in part to rest. The Real Housewives of New York City star had Lyme disease and reportedly went to Florida to “recuperate.”
“I’m getting a lot of rest because when your immune system is lower, you need a good nine hours of sleep,” Ramona explained at the time.
The reality star reported in April that her “Lyme was gone.”
The blonde businesswoman insisted that she had traveled safely home and that the mother-daughter pair “took every precaution possible while traveling.” Ramona further expressed that she was mindful of the current pandemic at all times.
“The continued health and safety of my family, friends and community is of the utmost importance to me,” Ramona’s statement read.
Ramona’s statement came on the heels of co-star Leah McSweeney going on a rant in Instagram stories about the recent actions of her co-stars. Leah went on a tear about her feelings on her castmate’s current behaviors Tuesday.
“I am so disgusted by some of my castmates and their families who spent the entire f*cking quarantine in Florida, living it up, showing everyone how they’re living it up,” Leah said in her Instagram stories.
Season 12 of The Real Housewives of New York has aired 11 episodes. It is currently on hiatus for a few weeks and will return in July.