The Scorned Woman Speaks! ‘RHONY’ Star Ramona Singer Slams Her Estranged Husband For Allegedly Cheating Again With Mistress: ‘Mario Is Not The Man I Married!’

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Aug. 13 2014, Published 1:29 p.m. ET

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Ramona Singer’s getting real!

After discovering her husband, Mario, had been secretly stepping out with his former mistress, the Real Housewives of New York star took to Twitter to post a polite, civil split announcement on August 7— but now, the 57-year-old is ready to speak her mind and tell her side of the story.

“We were doing great, but when I got suspicious July 24 and questioned him, he admitted he was still seeing her,” the reality star spilled to Us Weekly on August 11. “I screamed, ‘We’re done!’”

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“He used to have morals and believe in family,” Ramona huffed, adding Mario “is not the man I married!”

She elaborated on her decision to slam the door on her 27-year marriage to People.

“I just couldn’t trust him anymore,” she explained. “I have no regrets. I have a new life, and I think this means better and bigger things.”

Sounds like she’s making the right move: On August 9, Mario, 60, was spotted snuggling up to his side piece, personal trainer Kasey Dexter, 33, while strolling around Sag Harbor, New York.


After reportedly confronting her husband over his extramarital encounters with Dexter in an explosive fight, Ramona filed for divorce from Mario in January— but the parents of Avery, 19, reconciled just a few months later.

Now it looks like the union is done for good.

“I have decided to move on with my life without Mario,” Ramona tweeted. “I tried my best to make my marriage work. I am excited for the new chapter in my life.”



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