Aviva Drescher Compares Sonja Morgan To Anna Nicole Smith…

It’s been a whirlwind trip for The Real Housewives of New York in St. Barts. You have the LuAnn cheating scandal, Ramonja acting crazy as usual, the Sonja-Aviva feud, and the new ladies are just trying to take all the women’s crazy antics in. After ladies returned home from Carole Radziwill’s boyfriend’s concert in St. Barts, Sonja and Ramona seemed to be enjoying some fine wine, to say the least… Cast mate Aviva Drescher compares Sonja Morgan to the late Anna Nicole Smith in a confessional.

Aviva says, “I think that Sonja is a bit of a legend in her own mind.” She then compares Sonja, who is busy blow-drying a red dress in her suite with BFF Ramona, looking a bit unsteady, to Anna Nicole Smith. Anna was notorious for being a very sweet woman, but also had a very serious substance-abuse problem. So what is Aviva insinuating? We’ve already heard that she said the trip to St. Barts included “Sex, Drugs, and Rock N Roll.”

“There’s just an inelegance to them when they’re drinking and partying,” Carole Radziwill says in her own interview.

It’s true that Sonja did seem to go over the top as usual, admitting over dinner that she drank an entire bottle of wine by herself. Aviva also compared Sonja to Anna because they both married older, wealthy men, and once those relationships ended, they found themselves a little lost.

Do you think Aviva’s statement is too harsh or is there some truth to it?

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