Mario Singer cheating on Ramona with Kasey Dexter may have been a blessing in disguise for The Real Housewives of New York star. In a 911 call exclusively obtained by RadarOnline.com, the mistress made a frantic call to police fearing for her life during their nasty split.
As Radar previously reported, Singer, 64, split from Dexter, 36, when he caught her cheating on him after watching footage from a hidden camera in their Florida home.
In the 911 call obtained from the Boca Raton Police Department, Dexter is inconsolable as she claimed to the operator that Singer threatened the man she cheated with.
“He made threats,” she said. “I cheated on him so now he’s going crazy. Like, are you going to kill me? I’m scared!”
Although the operator repeatedly asked for her address, she refused to disclose the information. She instead explained how Singer filed papers to have her evicted from his home.
“He sued me when he found out I cheated on him,” she said of the eviction lawsuit. “Yesterday he offered me $4,000 to move out. I said, ‘I’m not f**king moving out this is my home!’ The officer said to him, ‘Legally this is her home.’”
She added, “I don’t know what he’s capable of.”
The operator advised her to stay with a friend and for her new boyfriend to file a report against Singer.
As Radar reported, police were called to Singer’s home three times in February for domestic disputes after he learned of her affair. Police confirmed the disputes were not physical and no arrests were made.
Singer filed papers at Palm Beach County Court to have Dexter evicted from his home on January 26.
She went to his home on February 8 with a police escort to pack up her belongings.
A source previously told Radar of the affair, “She did cheat on him. She felt so alone in the relationship. She wanted to get married and have children, but he told her, ‘Don’t ruin your body. He would tell her they would travel everywhere, but he gave her false promises.”
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