Ahead of Thursday night’s premiere of The Real Housewives of New York City season 12, Danny took to his social media page, where he made allegations against Luann, including a claim regarding her allegedly bogus sobriety storyline on the show.
“She’s human and has good and bad qualities. The good things were great, the bad things were a nightmare,” Danny began, via Best of Bravo on Instagram, as he answered a series of questions from his online audience.
When Danny was asked if Luann was “ever sober,” he responded with a gif of a man shaking his head.
According to Danny, Luann’s RHONY co-stars likely knew that she allegedly wasn’t sober during the past season of the show.
“Didn’t [Ramona Singer] call her out on it at the reunion?” he asked.
Danny went on to suggest Luann was using her supposed sobriety for a storyline on the show and slammed her for doing so.
“All I want to say is that sobriety is not a game. Rehab is not a storyline. If you are struggling with addiction or remaining sober in these times, please seek help,” he wrote.
“A lot of stuff went down when I worked for Lu that was unacceptable behavior,” Danny continued.
When asked why he turned on his former boss, Danny said that while a number of things he did for Luann were things he was required to do due to his job as her assistant, he didn’t receive the credit he felt he should have been given.
“The fact of the matter is that it was my job to do all of that stuff, but it is the responsibility of the artist to credit everyone involved, not just some, in making your stuff happen,” he explained.
Danny also said that while Luann may attempt to spin things and suggest he is nothing more than a disgruntled former employee, it was actually his decision to stop working for her.
“She’s gonna say I was fired and I hold a grudge or something. The reality is I quit twice,” he shared.
Danny then confirmed that he has “receipts” to prove he quit.
The Real Housewives of New York City season 12 premieres on Thursday, April 2 at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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