What needs to be clear is the fact that Sonja made no effort all summer to see me, no matter how many times I reached out to her. She claims she was depressed, but she was actually in the Hamptons partying all night with her gay friends. At the end of the summer, I saw Sonja at a table beside me at Biblioquet in Sag Harbor, and she never exchanged more than a word with me. With this type of behavior, of course I feel distant from Sonja — hurt and disappointed, too.
Sonja makes up her own scenarios. She knows that she’s the one who has been the absentee in our friendship, and yet Sonja is trying to put a different spin on it. Most of the ladies have distanced themselves from her, and I feel bad for her. I can see that most of them don’t want to be in her company. I tried explaining this to her at Henri Bendel, but Sonja can’t take anything in…that’s exactly why she’s having problems with the girls. I don’t want Sonja to be the odd man out, but she’s bringing this on herself.
What Bethenny doesn’t understand is that Tinsley was upset that Sonja was badmouthing her, telling everyone in NYC that she was a bad guest. She said it so much that it ended up on Page Six! Sonja of course twists it to something else entirely, which seems to be her habit lately.
I really don’t know what will happen between us. Only time will tell.
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