Lea Black Says She Never Attacked Adriana de Moura


Lea Black is taking to her Bravo Blog to discuss this week’s episode of The Real Housewives of Miami. Lea says she is always gracious to Adriana, and admits it may come off as phony, but that she does it so their sons can be friends. Lea insists she never attacked Adriana in any way. She also shares her thoughts about Alexia’s infomercial comments.

Lea writes, “I love you Lisa, but a premiere of my handbag line at a couture boutique really isn’t the place to re-hash the “Adriana saga”. I’m starting to feel like the Adriana issue is being shoved down my throat every single time I am around some of the girls. I can’t even go to a business engagement without it becoming the topic of conversation. I’m starting to feel like I’m being “water-boarded” to overlook who I have realized she is and who she is not — just so everyone can have a cocktail together!

And thanks again Alexia, I’ve been to many of your magazine parties that I didn’t call “infomercials.” I am still wondering when she will stop getting her digs in. And I’m still looking back to see when I ever put a dig in about her or her business. Can’t find one. Getting more points with the hate club anyone?

I was gracious as usual to Adriana. I admit much of it was for the girls, and much of it for my son RJ in hopes of her allowing Alex to come over. I will admit there is a little “phonieness” in my niceness — she continues to hold her son up as my reward if I brush things aside. And as most moms, I will do most anything for my son. Adriana has done many things that are beyond most people’s level of tolerance. But in the spirit of ending this saga and gossip fest, I think it best we all just move on. Her comment of the “deep connection and trust”? Trust means trust, it obviously means something different to me than it does to her.

She says I “attacked” her — I would like someone to show me when and where I ever “attacked” her. Accepting an apology doesn’t mean you pretend things never happened or condone bad behavior. To me it means, I get that you regret what you did (or regret getting caught for what you did) and we can go from there. (Let me set the record straight: Adriana NEVER called just to say, “I love you.”)

Once AGAIN — I extended an invitation to my home, in hopes that this time she wouldn’t snub me or run out screaming. I was really hoping she would bring her son. My son was holding his breath that he might show up. (I can’t recall a time in the past when she and Frederic ever came to our house without him.) But, she comes without him — telling me he’s with his father.”

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