RHONY’s Ramona Singer says she’s ‘totally healthy’ despite positive COVID-19 antibodies as costars slam her for partying


RHONY’s Ramona Singer insisted she’s “totally healthy” despite testing positive for coronavirus antibodies after traveling to Florida.

The 63-year-old Bravo star made the claim after costars Dorinda Medley and Leah McSweeney slammed her for partying during the pandemic.

On Monday, the TV personality responded to a fan in the comment section of her Instagram who wished her a speedy recovery.

“I’m totally healthy,” she wrote along with an emoji of praying hands.

Last week, the blonde reality star revealed she had been diagnosed with COVID-19 antibodies along with her 24-year-old daughter, Avery.

Ramona said in an interview with People that she mild symptoms in February, but the two never got tested for the virus.

“We both found out we have the antibodies, so we donated our plasma.

“I had no energy. I just wanted to stay in bed all day. I felt very tired, and I also had severe headaches,” the mom of one said.

In early March, Ramona traveled to Florida and stayed with her ex-husband, Mario Singer – who she divorced from in 2015 – at his home to isolate.

The family got tested for coronavirus antibodies in May, she said.

She continued: ”We all got tested. Avery and I both tested positive, but Mario was negative. We are all so lucky that we have our health.”

Ramona came under fire after she reportedly attended the same party as Donald Trump Jr.’s girlfriend, Kimberly Guilfoyle – who tested positive for the illness last week.

The New York Times reported on Friday that Kimberly tested positive for coronavirus earlier that day – ahead of a Fourth of July event she’d planned on attending at Mount Rushmore.

The veteran’s RHONY nemesis, Leah, 37, slammed her cast mate after she was said to have attended the bash.

Newcomer Leah said in an Instagram video: “I am so disgusted by some of my cast mates and their families who spent the entire f**king quarantine in Florida, living it up, showing everyone how they’re living it up.”

The first-year Bravo star later suggested that her rival wasn’t being truthful about the test results.

On Friday, after Ramona revealed she and her daughter Avery had positive antibodies tests, a fan responded to a New York Post Instagram post about the news.

The follower said: “They were traveling and going out and about while infected.”

Leah replied: “That or they [were]just lying.”

Dorinda, 55, who is longtime friends with Ramona but have had tension both on and off screen this season, also shaded the star.

She tweeted: “Anyone that attended Joe Farrell’s packed Hamptons party last week should get tested ASAP including @ramonasinger.”


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