Rock Bottom? 'RHONY's Jules Wainstein CAUGHT ON CAMERA With Pills Amid Divorce Drama

Jun. 29 2016, Updated 7:31 p.m. ET

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Is Jules Wainstein drowning her sorrows in prescription pills? In a sneak peek for this week's The Real Housewives of New York, Wainstein brought drugs with her during an outing with her co-stars amid her marital issues.

While making pizza and calzones, Wainstein told Carole Radziwill, "I'm going to put Percocets, Lidocaine in there. This is the strongest. Can we do it?"

Radziwill said in her confessional of her co-star's behavior, "Jules wants to put drugs in her calzone. All I'm thinking is, 'Why is she carrying around all these drugs?' She's even crazier than I thought."

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Although Wainstein refrained from drugging her pizza, she said in her confessional, "Somebody needs to take this party up a notch and it looks like it's going to be me!"

The scene comes after Wainstein filed for divorce from her husband Michael after eight years of marriage when she allegedly busted him cheating on her.

Throughout the season, fans have witnessed the demise of their rocky marriage.

In another sneak peek, Wainstein slammed her husband for his behavior.

"Everything that's going on with my dad, my nanny just disappears, I break my vagina, and I'm thinking to myself, 'This couldn't get worse,'" she cried to Dorinda Medley. "When I got into my accident, I really hurt myself. I was calling Michael 100 times and he wasn't picking up the phone. It was 2 in the afternoon and he didn't show up until 8."

She continued, "I wish Michael would step up to the plate a little bit. I wish he were around a little bit more… It would be nice if I had a partner."

The Real Housewives of New York airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on Bravo.

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