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On tonight’s The Real Housewives of New York Season 5 finale (Season 5, Episode 18: “All’s Well That Doesn’t End Well”) the drama came to its final peak at Carole Radziwill’s party to celebrate her new book.

First, Heather Thomson accused Ramona Singer of talking throughout her charity event’s fashion show, and Ramona went into deep apology-mode, practically begging Heather to be her friend.

But then, she made a big deal about having just came from a funeral seven hours away, and when Aviva Drescher joined in, Ramona called her “possessed.” Aviva started to defend her father, who Ramona kicked out of her event after he touched her arm in Season 5, Episode 17: “Don’t Make Room For Daddy”.

Ramona said that George had “physically attacked” her, so Aviva and Ramona really started screaming in the middle of Carole’s party. After all the nonsensical yelling, Carole and LuAnn de Lesseps were brought in to state, for the record, that they did not see George hurt Ramona. Carole then told Ramona to apologize to Aviva, and Ramona looked like a deer in headlights. Even Princess Carole was on Team Aviva at this point. All she had was Sonja, and Sonja was busy being torn to shreds by Heather across the room.

On Twitter, Ramona tweeted that “Aviva is losing it and the girls are freaked and so am i,” subtly changing the story to make it seem like everyone was scared of Aviva. Sonja tweeted, “Apologise? This man was in @ramonasinger face and pulling @ her.”

Clearly, Ramonja is sticking to their story, and the other four Housewives stick to Aviva’s side. How will this play out on the reunion next week? And who will sit next to Ramonja on their couch?

P.S.: Congratulations to Carole on “giving birth” to her book baby!

Catch the RHONY reunion on Monday, October 8 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Bravo.

Source: @SonjatMorgan, @ramonasinger

Molly Friedman is an editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter @MollyFriedman.

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