RHONY's Ramona Singer files for divorce, wants both homes
After cheating allegations against her husband Mario Singer surfaced, Ramona Singer has filed for divorce and claims she wants to keep both of the couple's homes.
Ramona threw Mario out of their Manhattan apartment after she reportedly walked in on him at their Hamptons home cheating on her with his young girlfriend, Kasey Dexter. At the time, the reality housewife did not want to address the situation and released a statement saying, "This is a personal and private matter to our family. For my daughter Avery's sake, I would appreciate everyone respecting our privacy during this difficult time."
But it appears the situation has been made public now that Ramona has filed for divorce and, according to TMZ, is asking in the legal documents that she be given both the couple's residences. The pair shared the posh apartment in New York City as well as a luxurious home in the Hamptons.
In the divorce docs, Ramona also reportedly stated that her marriage has been irretrievably broken for six months, which could further prove Mario's affair with Dexter.
According to The New York Post's Page Six, Mario, 60, had been seeing Dexter since last summer when they first met at a party hosted by Marc Leder, but Ramona allegedly didn't want to accept the truth.
"Ramona has been protecting him," former RHONY star, Jill Zarin, told People magazine. "She looked the other way when people told her he was cheating."
Apparently, according to a source for Us Weekly, "They like to put on appearances like things are OK. It's been going on like this for a while." However, upon their separation after 27 years of marriage, "it's like [the] war of the roses between them," when they're not in public.
Meanwhile, other reports are claiming that Ramona, 56, has already moved on with a new man after being spotted with Travis Millard at a restaurant in New York City last week. An onlooker told Us that they saw Ramona and her younger date "holding each other's hands at one point, and he had his hand on her back as they were walking out."