“Real Housewives of New York” star Eboni K. Williams is reportedly unhappy with Bravo’s investigation into her allegations of racism against a fellow cast member.
Eboni filed a complaint against Ramona Singer after she allegedly said, “This is why we shouldn’t have Black people on the show,” after Luann de Lesseps threw her out of her home.
“Eboni filed a complaint over an alleged racial comment Ramona made [toward] Eboni weeks before the [season 13] reunion was supposed to take place,” an insider told US Weekly. “It was filed internally through human resources.”
Eboni wasn’t the only one who has had an issue with Ramona’s behavior. According to the source, a crew member from the show previously filed a complaint against Ramona in December 2020.
“An investigation was conducted for both complaints,” the insider spilled. “For the first one filed by the crew member, the findings were corroborated. [For] the second one filed by Eboni, the findings were not corroborated.”
While Eboni respected the process, she was not feeling the results which found Ramona cleared of any wrongdoing.
“Eboni was dissatisfied with the results and felt it was unfortunate, but there’s nothing she can do further,” the source told the publication. “She was, however, satisfied with the thorough investigation since she’s been placed in that position through her law work in the past and knows what goes into investigating alleged claims.”
Meanwhile, Eboni has been distancing herself from galpal Leah McSweeney. Eboni joined the show as a friend of Leah’s, but it seems Leah has taken Ramona’s side.
“Are you and Leah still friends? If you’re friends, take a sip,” Eboni was asked on “Sip or Tell” during an Instagram Live interview.
“Oh, you’re messy. You are real messy,” she said. “Leah and I are what we’ve always been. Friendly colleagues.”