Jules Wainstein Calls Out Carole Radziwill’s Fake Concern Over Her Alleged Eating Disorder & “Stirring The Pot”

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Jules Wainstein is a bit of an enigma. The newbie entered the Real Housewives of New York, claiming that her eating disorder is under control, but then pulls that strange stunt of baking her utensils in a calzone. She doesn’t like to weigh herself, and she carries around a purseful of pills. The red flags are popping up all over the place. Now, I’m not saying that Carole Radziwill and Bethenny Frankel have handled Jules and her issues with sensitivity, because they haven’t. In fact, they’ve been harsh on Jules, who reminds me of a bird with a broken wing.

Jules’ marital woes have been obvious since the season opener when she made defensive comments regarding Michael being the breadwinner of the family. But there is something else going on with her. She still hasn’t explained why she was climbing through a window or exactly how she sustained the wound to her hooha. I have a feeling there’s more to the story. Unfortunately, Jules’ blog doesn’t offer any answers. Instead, she takes a swipe at the mean girls.

“I believe that people should take responsibility for the energy they bring into the room, and recognize that this energy shapes and affects our interactions with others. Before suggesting that I am paranoid or delusional, perhaps it’s time for Bethenny to…look at how many times and ways she has called me dumb or clueless or sick since the first episode.”

She has a point. Why pick on someone so damaged, especially when Bethenny admitted she knew of Jules’ crumbling marriage before filming ever began? Jules seems like she might be frustrating at times, but please, a little compassion, ladies.

“As for Carole, I really think she needs to spare us the investigative journalism; this was a casual dinner, not an interview, and she was being a gossip. There is a difference between coming from a place of true care and concern and stirring the pot.”

While I can understand Carole questioning Jules’ behavior at the pizza place—it was downright odd—she seemed more judgmental than concerned.

“Deliberately picking people apart for your own purposes or entertainment when they are vulnerable does not a good person make. As I said before, I am the first to admit that the calzone “joke” was nutty, but enough about that wannabe joke gone bad already…I had a lot on my plate (pun intended!) during this time between my health and kids and personal life.”

I think it was less of a joke and more of an indicator that Jules needs to actually talk to her therapist and get some help. What’s your take? Is there more going on with Jules than we’ve seen? And why was she climbing in that damned window anyway?


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