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Ramona Singer & Fellow Housewives Need To 'Leave Sonja Morgan The F*ck Alone,' Blasts Co-Star Aviva Drescher

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May 6 2014, Published 6:36 a.m. ET

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After Ramona Singer decided to spill Sonja Morgan's financial secrets on The Real Housewives of New York City, Aviva Drescher has stepped forward to slam her fellow co-stars for being so judgmental of Morgan's legal and financial setbacks.

"Face it, Sonja was getting beaten up... getting a lot of 'concern' among the whispers that she was in denial. While I didn't join in on the Sonja bashing -- or the Sonja concerning -- I wish I'd stood up for her more," Drescher wrote in her most recent Bravo blog.

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During the episode, Singer informed LuAnn de Lesseps and Carole Radziwill that Morgan was forced to file for bankruptcy and was "in denial" about losing her beloved townhouse.

As previously reported, Morgan was successfully sued by Hannibal Pictures for failure to raise money for a film involving John Travolta.

The reality TV star was forced to file for bankruptcy because of the $7 million judgment - which reached a staggering $8.5 million total with interest and attorneys' fees included.

Aviva Drescher

"This episode fanned rumors about her financial difficulties ... but Sonja should live as fabulously as possible -- without judgment," Drescher said.

"She's fine, girls," Drescher insisted. "Take another glass of her champagne and leave her the f--- alone!"

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