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Siggy Flicker Quits Real Housewives of New Jersey

Siggy Flicker has quit RHONJ. After a long season of feuding with new Housewife Margaret Josephs, Sig is announcing through Bravo that she won’t be returning to the show.

“After much reflection and Bravo’s support, I have decided that this will be my last season on The Real Housewives of New Jersey. I am grateful to the network for allowing me to be part of this successful franchise and wish only the best for Teresa, Melissa, Dolores, Danielle and Margaret. At this time, I want to focus on my beautiful family, my growing business and some exciting new projects,” she said in a statement.

This season, Siggy has talked about bad editing from production that makes her look unhinged. “Call me crazy and unhinged all you want, but I would rather be me than calculated, condescending and dishonest… I’m sure the self-proclaimed Joan Rivers of the Real Housewives will reveal what prompted my saying she was the ugliest person in the world for making fun of me. Go on, ask her. She’s banking on you not demanding to see the exchange in its entirety. I have a great idea, let’s put the Real back in Real Housewives of New Jersey,” she wrote on her personal blog. “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. Unfortunately Margaret’s side of the exchange seems to have been lost.”

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