Don’t believe the hype.
There is no way on this earth that this drinking Housewife would ever be fired from the show.
If stealing from her kids didn’t get her fired, a little drinking isn’t.
Luann de Lesseps
Real Housewives of New York City
Luann De Lesseps ‘RHONY’ Producers Give Her a Pass After Probation Violation
Luann de Lesseps is still pissing off judges and her probation officer, but her real-life problems are NOT jeopardizing her reality TV future with ‘Housewives’ — at least, not yet.
Sources close to the “Real Housewives of New York” production tell TMZ … Luann’s position and security on the show are as strong as ever, despite the fact she continues to run into trouble while on probation for her drunken arrest case from 17 months ago.
As we reported … she’s already violated the terms of probation at least twice … once for failing to prove she was going to AA meetings, and more recently for downing a couple mimosas.
After her most recent violation, she was slapped with newer, even stricter terms.
Our sources are clear though — Luann’s job is not on the line, and higher-ups haven’t even discussed the possibility of firing her … despite reports suggesting otherwise.
Fact is, Luann is great for TV right now because the fallout from her arrest offers up juicy drama and an interesting narrative for viewers. Translation … ratings, baby!! – Source
Case accusing Luann de Lesseps of stealing from her kids dropped
A lawsuit accusing “Real Housewives of New York” star Luann de Lesseps of violating her divorce agreement and stealing from her adult children was dropped Wednesday, new court documents reveal.
The case, filed last July by her ex-husband Count Alexandre de Lesseps and their two kids, Noel, 22, and Victoria, 24, claimed the reality TV star agreed in 2009 to set up a trust for the children using half of her interest in the family’s Bridgehampton home.
Instead, she sold that home for $8 million and used the cash to buy a $3.1 million house in Sag Harbor, which she then intended to flip so she could purchase a luxury home in upstate New York.
The lawsuit sought to block the sale of the Sag Harbor home.
But on Wednesday a “stipulation of discontinuance,” signed by lawyers for both sides, was filed in the Suffolk County case, ending further litigation. It was not immediately clear what deal between the sides, if any, had been cut.- Source