Real Fights In The Big Apple! ‘RHONYC’ Ladies All Turning Against Each Other Over Boring Season & Low Ratings

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Jun. 3 2014, Published 8:59 p.m. ET

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Cat fight in the Big Apple!?

As the ratings for the Real Housewives of New York City continue to plummet each week has exclusively learned that the woman have all turned against each other and even though filming is finished they’re fighting with each other non-stop.

“All of the ladies are blaming each other for the dismal season,” a source close to the situation told Radar.

“The ratings are low and fans just don’t seem to care about any of the fights. Not Aviva and Carole in ‘Bookgate’ or that ‘glass’ being thrown in Kristen’s face by Ramona. Nothing is working to keep people interested and the viewers are just turning out. It’s been boring.”

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While Brandi Glanville’s racist comments and outrageous actions on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills helped boost the ratings for that Bravo franchise, the source said the east coast women are feeling the heat from the low numbers.

“The ladies are blaming each other for the problems.  Everyone is mad at Aviva for being so boring, Ramona don’t have any of her juicy personal drama in the show, Sonja just gossips about the other ladies and LuAnn is tired of the story lines,” the source told Radar.

So they’ve been trying to drum up some excitement to entice viewers to watch, but the source says that is only leading to bickering amongst themselves.

“Each woman is complaining that the others are making up their problems or pretend fighting but the problem is the viewers can see through the fake and they know that nothing exciting is happening.

Carole and Heather have nothing nice to say either. They are all fed up with how bad the show is doing and they pretend like all the others are to blame. No one is taking any responsibility for the crappy season.”

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