Ramona Singer Speaks Out About Her Cheating Hubby – She’s Spilling All The Tea

Posted on Aug 15 2014 - 11:47am by Reality LuLu

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Ramona Singer is not taking the humiliation of her soon to be ex-husband openly parading his girlfriend Kasey Dexter about town. Ramona talked exclusively to Us Weekly. Here is what she told them:

“We were working very hard on our relationship and making great progress,” Ramona told Us, noting that she and Mario, who share daughter Avery, 19, had been in therapy for about 15 weeks before their breakup. “It was really working well, and then I got the feeling that he started seeing [Kasey Dexter] again.” (Mario, 60, was first linked with young socialite Dexter in 2013.)

Suspicious, Ramona confronted her husband in therapy on July 23. “He wouldn’t admit to it. He said everything was great with us,” she recalled to Us. “Then the next morning I pushed him on it and he admitted he [had seen her], and I just said, ‘I can’t do this anymore. Goodbye.”



That day, July 24, she kicked him out. “I left him a note saying, ‘Please don’t come to the house in the Hamptons, and please get an apartment. I don’t want to see you anymore.’ And that was it,” the jewelry and wine purveyor told Us. “He kept calling me and calling me, but I wouldn’t take his calls.” She added that she has “no idea where he’s living” now.



”A lot of women told me you leave when you’re ready; you don’t need to leave because he cheated on you. And I looked at the bigger picture. There were problems in our relationship, but nothing bad enough for him to cheat,” she explained, noting that Mario “cried and begged” for her to take him back. “So we were working on it. And then I just realized, no, that’s a betrayal, a lack of respect to me and my daughter.”
“I would never reconcile with him. No chance,” she told Us. “I believe in marriage, I gave him a second chance, and he betrayed me and our daughter. You just don’t do that. Leaving him is “a relief at this point,” she said. “I was walking on eggshells. I have closure now. You give someone a chance, and if they can’t change, you have to go on with your life.” 



Of Mario, she added: “I married a traditional man, a God-fearing man — high morals, high scruples, believes in family and tradition. This man today is not the man I married.”



Here’s wishing them all the best as they move forward. If Mario is anything like my ex of 25 years, he will regret leaving a woman that stood by him for all those years.

 

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I began writing about people that put themselves on Reality Television 3 years ago after my son was in a car accident. I needed something to do when I became his primary caregiver. I started “Reality TV Morons” Facebook on where I gathered over 2000 followers. I’ve done interviews with people like Vicki Gunvalson, Tamra Barney, Catherine Ommanney, Peggy Tannous and Rob Shuter.

I am a Medical Assistant recently taking a leave from my job after losing my mother 2 months ago & 21-year old nephew 3 weeks ago. I’m taking time to reevaluate where I want to be and am looking forward to once again writing about Reality Television especially any of the Real Housewives Franchises.

  • SDC

    I believe the ‘fame’ got to his head and that he’s a ‘celebrity.’ As LuAnn said, Karma’s a bitch.

    • Hi SDC! Happy Friday.

      • Harleygirl0685

        You know I can’t stop by without saying hello to my fav Doc

  • cait

    We, at mo, watching Hormona doesn’t go to London ! Priceless ! Screaming, drunkenly in Sonja’s face ” You’re not going to London if I’m not going !” Talking to Mario like he’s a dog ! Lest you forget people !

  • TartLemon

    Well, Ramona, apparently everything was not fine when you thought it was. Also apparently, things WERE bad enough that Mario wanted out to cavort with someone else. Spilling all the tea would be BOTH sides telling the story. I understand Ramona’s desire to rally support for her own ‘side’, but the truth is not just her telling the story that makes it so.

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