Leah McSweeney Responds to Rumors She Was Banned from Thailand While Filming ‘RHUGT3!’
Over the weekend, rumors swirled around social media, claiming that Leah McSweeney was banned from Thailand while filming season three of The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls’ Trip.
The Bravo fan account, bravobygays, shared a post reporting that Leah was “forcibly escorted off the set of RHUGT3 and was sent home early after she threw elephant dung at a castmate.” The former Real Housewives of New York City star took to the account’s comment section to set things straight.
“This would’ve been iconic. I’m so sad it didn’t happen 😂 sorry to disappoint!!!” Leah wrote. Fans rushed in, raving at Leah’s response. One fan replied, “@leahmob turn around, get back on that plane and do it!!!!!! I’ve never been so excited then so let down so quickly.” Another fan shared, “it’s never too late …” while a third added, “I wish it did! I’m here for it.”
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Last month, Peacock and Bravo debuted the first cast photo for the RHUGT’s third season. The upcoming season will feature Leah alongside The Real Housewives of Potomac’s Candiace Dillard Bassett and Gizelle Bryant, The Real Housewives of Miami’s Alexia Echevarria and Marysol Patton, The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City’s Heather Gay and Whitney Rose, and The Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Porsha Williams.
In the group photo, the Bravo queens donned bikinis, bathing suits, and athletic gear as they posed in front of elephants in Thailand. “THAILAND will never be the same! 😜😂 #RHUGT3,” Gizelle posted on Instagram. Whitney also reposted the photo and wrote, “Thailand so far has been one for the books! Cheers to these beautiful woman 🥂.”
While there’s no word on when season three will premiere, it was confirmed that in July, filming had wrapped.
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