Siggy Flicker ripped Bravo producers for her erratic editing on the Real Housewives of New Jersey and slammed new girl Margaret Josephs for her relentless “attacks.”
Notorious for creative splicing on the show, Bravo was Flicker’s first target on her personal website.
“We are almost half way through the season and all I can say is the Episodes are as surprising to me as they are to you,” she wrote. “I wish you had been there to see what was actually said that caused my reactions. I don’t react without reason and I refuse to blame my reactions to my hysterectomy or hormones."
Flicker, who previously told RadarOnline.com Josephs could “go f**k” herself, wrote that she was defending herself “in response to attacks. Attacks on what I hold dear. Attacks on my husband, my friends, my hysterectomy, my profession and my mental state by a person who knows nothing about me and who does not care about the consequences of her reckless attacks.”
The beginning of the season found Flicker and Josephs fighting in Boca Raton, Florida after Teresa Giuidce and Melissa Gorga rudely tossed the cake Flicker had made for them to the ground.
But Flicker blamed the sketchy editing by the producers of the show for her portrayal.
“Unless you have spotted the disjointed nature of some exchanges, you cannot reconcile my reactions without the nasty underhanded comments that prompt my responses.”
“The camera doesn't lie. I shimmied (my real boobs); I stuck my tongue out; I teared up; I made faces and I mentioned her cheap knock offs,” Flicker admitted. “Unfortunately, Margaret’s side of the exchange seems to have been lost. Why did I resort to such antics?"
Flicker justified her response to Josephs, who cruelly nicknamed her “Soggy Flicker,” writing: “Margaret couches her attacks in dismissive language and snarky comments that cut to the bone – always focusing on her targets of choice – whether it be me or Dolores: insane, unhinged, hypocrite, follower, minion, yes girl, soggy. If she were truly joking, she would use the same approach with all of us. She doesn’t. She focuses her special brand of attack on me. As soon as I respond, she immediately hones in on my profession – up until this episode I never mentioned her career or her less than fabulous brand.”
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