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Secret Truce? Ramona Singer Refuses To Accept Aviva Drescher’s Apology!

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By Alexis TereszcukRadar Entertainment Editor

Ramona Singer and Aviva Drescher are sworn enemies after their over the top fights on the last season of The Real Housewives of New York City, but RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that one of the ladies tried to have a secret summit to rebuild the damaged relationship!

On camera, the two ladies have epic screaming matches that seem to always culminate in one or the other storming off, and Ramona has told RadarOnline.com that not only does she thinks Aviva bullied her, she thinks she is jealous of her, which is why the clandestine meeting to mend fences was so surprising.

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“Ramona told me that Aviva attempted to make up with her off camera,” Celebrity Magnet Tom Murro, who attended the American Christmas Carol Winter Ball at Carnegie Hall benefiting Kate Winslet’s Gold Hat Foundation for children with Autism with the reality star, exclusively told RadarOnline.com about the feuding women.

Alas, that bridge has been burned and it doesn’t look like it is going to be rebuilt any time soon.

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“Ramona wants nothing to do with it,” Tom said.

Ouch.

However, Aviva says that her nemesis had ulterior motives for not meeting with her, and it all has to do with fame.

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“Ramona wouldn’t take the apology. She said save it for the cameras!” Aviva told RadarOnline.com.

Do you think Ramona should try and make up with Aviva? Tell us in comments!

 

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