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Ramona Singer: Aviva's 'Unhappy in Her Life'

R hopes her nemesis "can come to peace with herself."

By Lauren Metz

Well, here's something The Real Housewives of New York's Ramona Singer and Heather Thomson can finally agree upon.

"It seems as if every time Aviva is in someone's company, she is constantly bashing me and name calling," Turtle Time's spirited founder says on Tell us how you really feel, Ramona. "I must say, never in my life, have I met someone so full of anger. I truly believe she is unhappy in her life. Happiness comes from within yourself. I know I have it and, sadly for Aviva, it seems she does not."

Instead, the former model has an ugly case of bully fever, according to Mrs. Singer. "I always taught my daughter walk away from a bully. All Aviva does is bully me and she seems crippled from the past events . . . no pun intended. I grabbed Carole's arm forcefully to show what George did to me. Did George grab me? Yes. Did it hurt me when he did? Yes, painfully so. Did I reenact accurately George's grab of my arm? No, I did not."

Despite her ping-pong drama matches with Aviva (and papa George!), Ramona adds, "I wish Aviva no ill will and only hope that one day she can come to peace with herself."

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