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'RHONY' Star Ramona Singer's Daughter Avery Allegedly Throws Fit At FedEx Store, Berates Employees

By Ryan Naumann

“Real Housewives of New York” star Ramona Singer’s daughter Avery reportedly threw a fit at a FedEx and berated the employees

According to Page Six, 25-year-old Avery Singer was seen getting into it with FedEx employees after they refused to let her use them as her own personal moving company.

A source told the outlet Avery was yelling at FedEx employees in New York. She is currently moving out of her West Village apartment and brought a ton of belongings to FedEx. She reportedly demanded the staff box up her clothing and other items.

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The employees told Avery they were not a moving company and were unable to process her request. Ramona’s daughter allegedly lost it on the workers and refused to take no for an answer. Avery reportedly left the store with her belongings all over and told the workers to deal with it.

A rep for Avery told Page Six, there was “so much of this is untrue and extremely exaggerated” in the story. They added, “Avery has been shipping from this FedEx location since before March and throughout the entire move and everyone has been so courteous and helpful,” the spokesperson said. “The original location was unable to accommodate the size [of] box she needed to ship, so she had to switch locations. But that’s all it was. Someone is obviously trying to make more about this situation than it really is.”


As The Blast previously reported, Ramona has been having quite the year with her costars consistently trashing her publicly.

It started with Leah McSweeney calling her out for leaving an “All Lives Matter” comment under an Instagram photo. Ramona would later apologize and show support for Black Lives Matter.

Leah, along with Dorinda Medley and Luann de Lesseps, threw shade to Ramona for her traveling between Florida and New York during the pandemic. Many accused her of being reckless with her health.

Earlier this month, Ramona announced she had tested positive for Coronavirus antibodies. She said she and her daughter Avery, “both found out we have the antibodies, so we donated our plasma.” Ramona said she felt mild symptoms in February but didn’t get tested at first.

She added, "I had no energy. I just wanted to stay in bed all day. I felt very tired, and I also had severe headaches."

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