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Frankel and Singer owned their own businesses; Mc Cord and Zarin also had careers outside their home.Kelly Killoren Bensimon was added to the cast for the second season, which premiered on February 17, 2009. Following her drunken arrest in Palm Beach, Luann de Lesseps has chosen to check herself into rehab.As you surely saw, the Bravolebrity was booked by the cops after she trespassed into the wrong hotel room with an unidentified male.While the sans-Frankel ensemble held steady in the ratings, the network had grown unhappy with much of the cast.Original stars Alex Mc Cord and Jill Zarin, as well as Kelly Killoren Bensimon and brand-new recruit Cindy Barshop, were effectively fired from the cast.In response to the allegations, the actress told Vet According to her account, Gebbia approached Doe about expensive jewelry that had disappeared. Four months ago, the alleged victim texted Carlton's husband David after the Bravolebrity allegedly smashed one of her TVs with a baseball bat.When Doe asked for her job back after being gone for two weeks, the family allegedly decided to let her go. When the housekeeper tried to calm her down, Carlton allegedly pushed her, where she fell against a door.
As we previously reported, Beyoncé was very evident in the teaser that dropped the day before, and now we're seeing exactly what role she plays as the rapper confesses to her his sins in the Ava Du Vernay-directed video!Related: The star Carlton Gebbia is being sued by her former housekeeper/nanny of six years for alleged physical, verbal, and emotional abuse.According to the woman referred to as "Jane Doe," she was fired after she took two weeks off to deal with her injuries after the reality star allegedly pushed her, causing her to fall against a door. The woman — referred to in legal docs as "Jane Doe" — was hired by the reality TV personality in 2011, and also acted as her nanny, chauffeur, grocery shopper, and personal assistant.In September 2010, the fourth season began filming with entrepreneur Cindy Barshop as Frankel's replacement.
Citing production issues, Bravo pushed the Season 4 premiere back until April 7, 2011, and instead premiered The Real Housewives of Miami.
Other housewives include Kelly Killoren Bensimon (seasons 2–4), Cindy Barshop (season 4), Aviva Drescher (seasons 5–6), Heather Thomson (seasons 5–7), Kristen Taekman (seasons 6–7), and Jules Wainstein (season 8).