Dorinda Medley is breaking her silence on The Real Housewives of New York City cast’s alleged “cruise from hell.”
“I mean, I don't really want to comment on it, 'cause it's sort of an uncomfortable situation,” Dorinda admits. “It wasn't a great situation ... it wasn't a positive experience.”
Back in February, a flurry of reports circulated claiming that Dorinda and her RHONY pals were subjected to a boat ride gone horribly wrong while on their all-cast trip to Colombia. Alleged details include an engine on fire, a missing anchor and even water flooding the vessel, in addition to cast members reportedly going home in adult diapers after contracting parasites while abroad.
At the time, Bravo issued a statement that read in part, “The safety of our cast and crew is paramount and, to that end, we are still reviewing the situation.” Now, Dorinda says she’s still processing the “traumatic moment,” which may or may not make it to air.
“It’s at the end, the end of the season,” she notes. “I see it when you see … so, I don’t know how they’re gonna [deal with it].”
RHONY executive producer Andy Cohen previously told ET that the reports had “grossly misrepresented” the trip.
“Much of what has been reported of the boat trip is completely wrong,” he said. “They did have a squirrelly boat trip, but there was no fire. The boat didn't sink. I mean, it's been grossly misrepresented.”
You’ll have to tune into Bravo each Wednesday at 9 p.m. ET to see what did happen on The Real Housewives of New York City. For more on season 10 -- which Dorinda promises won’t let fans down -- check out the video and links below.
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