Ramona Singer, a RHONY alum, has left the real estate agency in the wake of the Bravo controversy


Singer starred in the first 13 seasons of the popular television show, which ran from 2008 to 2021.

Douglas Elliman no longer represents Ramona Singer as an agent.

According to PEOPLE, the 66-year-old former The Real Housewives of New York City employee is no longer with the real estate company. Page Six broke the news first on Thursday.

When PEOPLE contacted a Singer representative, she had nothing to say.

Even though Singer departed RHONY for thirteen years in 2021, she has recently faced criticism following claims made in a Vanity Fair piece that she made a slur about race throughout filming her last season.

The site claims that because the insult was aimed at a black staff member, complaints were sent to Shed Journalism, Warner Bros. Exploration, Bravo, and NBCUniversal.

According to reports at the time, the findings of an internal probe were “inconclusive,” and when questioned by the publication, Singer said she “never” uttered the slur. Singer was removed from BravoCon, according to Vanity Fair’s later article.

Singer gave The Daily Mail an interview in January during which she discussed her exit from the show and expressed her happiness at beginning a new chapter.

I am in charge of my own story, and I must admit that I am happier and actually calmer right now. I really don’t miss it. She said, “I wouldn’t trade it for anything; it was a great experience.” The singer also talked about how stressful her time on the show was.

“I need to spend some time enjoying myself. And it’s not easy to do the show. People really believe it to be simple. Extremely tense, extremely tense,” she exclaimed.

In an Instagram post from December 2020, the reality television celebrity revealed aspirations to enter the real estate market. She captioned a picture of herself standing inside a condominium home with a view of the skyline of New York City, writing, “Real property salesman in school 🌆.”

She made the announcement that she will be rejoining Doug Elliman on broker Michael Lorber’s team over a year later. She uploaded a picture of a newspaper ad introducing herself as the “newest membership” of the group.

Singer provided the Elliman family with “deep marketing and sales knowledge, fearless commercial feelings, and a unique sense of style,” according to the advertising.

Fans of Bravo are familiar with the agency. In August 2019, Kelly Bensimon, a fellow RHONY alum, joined the business. Erin Lichy was already employed by the agency before she was revealed as a cast member for season 14.


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