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Trans Model Yasmine Petty Accuses RHONY Stars Sonja Morgan and Dorinda Medley of Making Offensive and ‘Disheartening’ Comments During NYFW, See Their Response

Trans Model Yasmine Petty Accuses RHONY Stars Sonja Morgan and Dorinda Medley of Making Offensive and 'Disheartening' Comments During NYFW, See Their Response

Trans Model Yasmine Petty Accuses RHONY Stars Sonja Morgan and Dorinda Medley of Making Offensive and 'Disheartening' Comments During NYFW, See Their Response

Sonja Morgan and Dorinda Medley are being accused of making offensive comments towards a transgender model during an appearance at New York Fashion Week on Tuesday.

While attending the Garo Sparo presentation with their Real Housewives of New York City costars, including LuAnn de Lesseps, Ramona Singer, and reported new cast member Leah McSweeney, Sonja reportedly shared a questionable video clip on her Instagram Stories.

“Who is that?” Sonja asked Dorinda of drag queen Miz Cracker in the clip. “Oh, that’s a guy, right?”

RHONY Sonja Morgan Comments on Drag Queen Miz Cracker at NYFW

In a second, now-deleted video, Sonja made similar comments regarding transgender model Yasmine Petty as she walked the runway.

“Well, with a body like that, it’s a guy,” Dorinda agreed. “That’s a guy.”

“Yeah, with a body like that it’s a guy, you’re absolutely right,” Sonja added.

After the show, Yasmine spoke to Page Six Style.

“I was really excited to do the fashion show for Garo Sparo for New York Fashion Week because he was using models of diversity,” she said. “I knew they were filming [RHONY] and I knew they were front row and literally, as I was walking down the runway, I heard them making these statements.”

According to Yasmine, the RHONY cast was laughing as she walked the runway.

“It’s pretty disheartening and disappointing, especially this day in age and being in New York City,” she said. “My philosophy is that people can’t choose their sexual orientation. They can’t choose their gender identity. They can’t choose or not choose to have a disability or a mental illness or even their race, but things people can choose to do is not to be rude and cruel to people over things they have no control over.”

Following Yasmine’s allegations against them, Sonja and Dorinda shared a joint statement, apologizing for the comments they made.

“We have a history as long-standing supporters of the LGBTQ community in many ways and apologize for our offensive comments at the fashion show,” they said.

RHONY star Tinsley Mortimer was also seen strutting her stuff on the catwalk as Garo Sparo labeled the socialite as his “cosmic queen” on Instagram.

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