Is Mia Thornton leaving RHOP? She reveals the truth according to Cryptic Post – Hollywood Life +2023

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After her fight with wendy Osef on The real housewives of the Potomac, billion Dornton took to social media and said, “For the sake of my children, family, friends, co-workers and business associates, I must move on.” Fans immediately began speculating about whether she might leave the show. She then deleted her Twitter account before returning and posting this following message: “My behavior towards Wendy was unbearable. It is unfortunate that you attack my family, friends and my businesses based on an edited TV show. While dedicated to drama and entertainment, I had to do what is best for [my] Brand & Partners. Love, Mia.” Both reports obviously indicated a possible exit RHOPbut during an interview on HollywoodLifes Attention Puh Lease! podcast This week, Mia revealed what she really meant.

“There’s no way I would take to social media to announce I’m leaving the show, would I? But I have announced that I simply do not have time to engage in everyone’s comments and opinions because I need to do what is best for my businesses, my partners, my investors, my children, my family and my friends, all of whom have been severely affected are . You know, just because I can accept public scrutiny – I signed up for it, right? – doesn’t necessarily make it fair for people to go out and attack my partners. I have to do what’s best for them because that’s just the kind of person I am and I just don’t think it’s fair,” Mia explained.

And when we asked her to confirm that her message was exactly that and nothing about her leaving the show, she said: “[Bravo’s] gonna have to fire me [for me to leave the show]So there you have it — Mia isn’t going anywhere. At least not at this point. Hearing what else she had to say about her fight with Wendy, her fights with karen Greaterand the upcoming Season 7 drama, listen to the full podcast episode above.

want more? New episodes of The real housewives of the Potomac Airs Sundays at 8 p.m. on Bravo.

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