The shocking contents of The Real Housewives of New York City star Ramona Singer's legal letter to her husband's mistress Kasey Dexter have been revealed and the bombshell note threatens that her "misconduct may qualify as a crime."
As Radar previously reported, Singer — who has made it very clear she's taking cheating Mario back after he allegedly cheated on her with Dexter — had her lawyers send the mistress a cease and desist letter.
"My clients advise that you have been contacting them directly with unsolicited lewd, lascivious and salacious messages and commentary about both your and their personal lives, which have been continuing unabatedly despite my clients' repeated protestations for you to stop," Ramona's attorney Alan J. Bennett wrote to personal trainer Dexter, 32, which tells her in no uncertain terms to stop bothering the Singers!
The legal eagle called Dexter's actions harassment and ended the letter by warning her, "Your misconduct may qualify as a crime, which if established may subject you to prosecution and jail."
Singer, 57, filed for divorce from Mario, 60, in January after his cheating allegations surfaced, but soon had a change of heart and took him back, even though Dexter had allegedly penned a letter to Ramona about her explosive affair with the reality TV hubby. In it, Dexter reportedly gave the housewife an ultimatum — either you leave Mario or I will!
But Singer, who has a college-aged daughter with Mario, apparently gave Dexter her answer by unleashing the legal dogs!