Jersey drama exploded in Vermont during a recent Real Housewives of New Jersey cast trip, with a threat resulting in two cast members being booted from the trip.
Christina Flores and Robyn Levy joined the cast to bolster Teresa Giudice’s comeback, but evidently there is no supportive love between the pair and cast veteran, Jacqueline Laurita.
Levy threatened to physically harm Laurita, which resulted in Bravo tossing Robyn and Christina from the trip. One insider said, “Robyn made threats to Jacqueline, threatening to physically harm her. Bravo had her and her wife, Christina Flores, removed from the cast trip.”
Apparently this is not the first time married lesbian couple has scrapped their way into trouble. A new report has surfaced, exposing an incident where the couple was taken into custody after a trashy bar fight, back in January of 2014.
The drama began when two customers, Mark and Michael Corpus, got into a brawl with other patrons at Pure, in Parsippany, N.J. Police were called, and arrived to break it up, after a glass door had been damaged. The men, along with Flores and Levy were ordered to leave, which allegedly triggered the women to react by scratching the face of one of the security guards. They were both charged with obstruction of the administration of law, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.
Due to Bravo’s supposed no violence policy, it remains unclear whether or not the couple will be allowed to continue filming. Isn’t trashy drama what Bravo wanted? I think we can expect this Vermont incident to make the preview package. Congrats ladies.