by RadarOnline.com Staff
The Real Housewives of New York City star Countess LuAnn de Lesseps is having problems with her teenage daughter.
Victoria, the reality star's 16-year-old daughter, was reportedly asked to leave her $45,000-a-year private school in the wake of the release of a YouTube clip showing her using racial slurs and rolling what appears to be a joint.
Victoria de Lesseps left the Tony Ross School in the Hamptons shortly after the video swept the internet, according to the New York Post.
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Countess LuAnn, meanwhile, has strongly denied the allegations claiming her daughter left the school of her own reconnaissance.
"Victoria withdrew from Ross School five months ago, but it was unrelated to the video," a rep for the family said. "She is happily looking forward to studying art in Paris this summer."