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'Real Housewives' Star Leah McSweeney

'Real Housewives' Star Leah McSweeney Accuses Ramona Singer Of Crossing The Line With Bipolar Comments

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By Clark Sparky

Leah McSweeney is making it clear that she did not appreciate comments made by "Real Housewives of New York" co-star Ramona Singer about her bipolar disorder in a recent episode. Singer had a big birthday bash with all of her friends and the show's cast members. During the party, McSweeney, Luann de Lesseps, Elyse Slaine, and Dorinda Medley were all dancing very sexually after they'd been drinking. Singer took exception to it, and called out only McSweeney for the dancing.

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The next day, while talking to Sonja Morgan, Singer brought up McSweeney's bipolar disorder.

"I found out she's bipolar and she's on medication and I know people who are bipolar and you cannot mix alcohol with meds, it makes you act not responsible. It's actually very dangerous," she told Morgan.

Later, she brought it up again during a confessional. "They go, 'Ramona listen, this Leah girl, she writes a blog and on a blog she says she's bipolar.' That explains it all!"


In her own confessional, Morgan said she didn't appreciate Singer bringing it up to her.

“Why is Ramona telling me this and where is she getting this information. Is it true even? I'm getting along well with Leah,” she said.

The news that Singer was talking to Morgan about this personal topic got back to McSweeney.

“Whatever, I don't care about the party. She's saying I showed my vagina to people, which is demeaning and it's a lie and whatever. But when you start talking about 'Leah has depression, she's on pills,' it's a line that you don't cross," McSweeney said.

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In her confessional, McSweeney said, "Right before the trip to Mexico, Sonja called me and she let it slip out that Ramona was gossiping about me having bipolar disorder, which I find repulsive as fuck."

She added, "I was diagnosed with bipolar 2 disorder on my 30th birthday and really dedicated the last seven years of my life to getting it under control and to getting myself in a good place. I'm not even on medication, so for her to be talking about it in this way is despicable.”

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