Siggy Flicker ripped into her Real Housewives of New Jersey co-stars Melissa Gorga and Teresa Giudice after they threw the cake she gave them across the room, telling RadarOnline.com exclusively that she doesn’t “need friends like this.” As the drama exploded on the hit show, Flicker and the vets went head to head and she battled new girl Margaret Josephs as well. Click through the gallery to find out what really happened behind the scenes.
The cake throwing incident from the first two episodes of the Bravo show, followed by Josephs’ arranging for a memorial for Giudice’s mother and excluding her, were too much for Flicker to take, she told Radar. “Margaret taking them to MY beach club to do a ritual for Teresa’s mom? She was undermining me and mocking me and wanting to highjack my friends away from me.
“No one wants to be held accountable for their actions,” Flicker said about the women on the trip to Boca Raton that aired during the drama-filled episode. “I don’t need friends like this. I’m not allowed as a friend to be upset? I’ve done nothing but good for you but now you’re going to flip the table on me for wanting an apology!”
Explaining that “weeks went into planning the trip and the party,” Flicker told Radar she was “beyond hurt” by the way the women treated her.
“All we got the next morning was a text asking us to do yoga,” Flicker said about the fateful day after the cake. “We were not in the mood to do yoga. Nobody told us they were doing a memorial on the beach for Teresa’s mom. If they had told us that we would have run to the beach to be with Teresa. I love Teresa and I like Melissa. I have a friendship with them. I was so hurt.”
Flicker told Radar the cruel behavior continued on the trip. “I took them to my best friend’s house. I planned swim lessons, I planned tennis. At night I had a chef come to make dinner. The whole day they gave me attitude. They took jabs at me. I know when to apologize. I’m all about taking responsibility for my actions.”
She slammed the cold response she got from the women, telling Radar: “It the cake was a gift from me to you, you threw it across the room. And I’m hurt by it? I planned this trip for you! Why couldn’t you apologize?” We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at 800-344-9598 any time, day or night.