Real Housewives of New York City star Bethenny Frankel recently wrote on Twitter that Ramona Singer’s skincare line was a “fake business.” And now Radar Online is reporting that Singer’s business, Ageless By Ramona, isn’t registered with the state of New York.
Ageless By Ramona is not in the New York State’s Corporation & Business Entity Database as a business, a not-for-profit, a limited partnership, an LLC, a limited liability partnership, or any other miscellaneous business structure.
Another clue that Frankel’s accusation may be right is that the link to the skincare line on the Bravo website and Singer’s Instagram and personal website has an error message reading “this site can’t be reached. Server IP address could not be found.”
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Frankel did not attend Singer’s launch party for Ageless By Ramona on a recent episode of RHONY, and according to Singer, the Skinnygirl Mogul didn’t even respond to the invitation.
When a Twitter user told Frankel that she could have at least acknowledged the invitation, the reality star responded by saying that the business “doesn’t exist.” She also said that as a businesswoman, she is done pretending that business is easy, and she won’t attend fairytale launch parties. Frankel added, “Watch cartoons if you want fantasy.”
In the most recent RHONY episode, Singer confronted Frankel about her skipping the party, and Frankel told her that she understood that she was disappointed, but she didn’t feel a need to give her an explanation. In her confessional, Singer said that she has “no expectations for that b***h anymore.”
Then, during the RHONY reunion, Singer said that she thinks Frankel saw Bobby Zarin’s funeral as an opportunity, and she took advantage of it.
When host Andy Cohen brought up that Frankel had reconnected with Jill Zarin at Bobby’s funeral, Singer muttered “opportunistic” under her breath. She then said it was bizarre that Frankel told the production crew she wanted to film it even though no one else wanted to, and they didn’t know she was filming it.
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But Cohen backed Frankel up and said that Jill did invite Bravo cameras to cover the funeral, and Frankel smiled saying, “That’s right, yeah.” But Singer said Frankel never told them they would filming, but Frankel said that it wasn’t her business to do that.
“I don’t want to be filmed at Bobby’s funeral. I find it morbid,” Dorinda Medley chimed in. “Because Jill’s a good friend. I wanted to be informed so I could avoid the cameras at a funeral.”
Ramona Singer then said that Bethenny Frankel “jumped out of the car” only when the cameras started rolling. But again, Cohen backed her up by saying that he was glad she did that because he wanted to see it.
Part two of the RHONY reunion airs this Wednesday night on Bravo.