Heather Thomson agrees with a fan who believes Eboni K. Williams “has to go” on “RHONY.”
Eboni K. Williams joined The Real Housewives of New York City to give the ensemble a new dynamic. The Fox News contributor is the Bravo franchise’s first Black housewife. Williams is embroiled in a rivalry with Heather Thomson, a former housewife who left the program after an altercation with Leah McSweeney. Thomson is now making serious accusations against William, agreeing with a fan who referred to her as a “race-baiter” and advised she leave the series.
Heather Thomson and Leach McSweeney had a falling out.
Thomson is a former housewife from the Real Housewives of New York City franchise. Her three-season career was short-lived, although she has returned as a guest star multiple times after her departure from the show. For season 13, Bravo granted her a “friend of” role, although her time with the ladies of New York was brief. When McSweeney brought up earlier statements the former had made on her podcast regarding some of the cast members, Thomson and McSweeney got into an argument.
Thomson’s criticisms were directed at Luann de Lesseps and Ramona Singer, but they appeared to be over it and didn’t take it personally. Things between McSweeney and Thomson deteriorated further when the Married to the Mob founder slammed Thomson for criticizing her politics. McSweeney was in an emotional bind at the time since her grandma was gravely ill.
McSweeney was on his way to a party when he threw flowers at Thomson, which the latter called assault. Thomson is said to have opted to leave the show following this incident and not return.
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What role does Eboni K. Williams play in this scenario?
Thomson has been front and center in the headlines since the campaign for RHONY Season 13 began… This is a condensed version of the narrative. I hope you found it entertaining.