Avery Singer not only didn’t feud with FedEx employees and demand they move her out of her West Village apartment, but she actually used a completely different company to relocate her belongings.
Days after an online rumor suggested Avery, the daughter of Real Housewives of New York City cast member Ramona Singer, had yelled at FedEx staffers who were reportedly refusing to act as her personal moving service, a number of telling Instagram Stories have been shared.
While a report earlier this week stated that Avery threw a fit after the employees failed to box up her clothes and other items amid her move and accused her of throwing her stuff all over their store, it has since been revealed that Avery used Dumbo Moving + Storage, New York City’s largest moving company, to move out of her apartment.
“Avery brought the movers coffee and raved about the great service provided by Dumbo’s movers,” a source revealed to Reality Blurb.
During Avery’s move, she shared a video of herself bringing coffee to the company’s employees on her Instagram Stories.
In the caption, she wrote, “7AM good morning!! Moving day with [Dumbo Moving].”
In another one of Avery’s Stories, she thanked the movers for their services.
“Goodbye room and thank you [Dumbo Moving] for all of your help. Very affordable and efficient movers,” she wrote in the caption of a photo taken at her former apartment.
In response to the report by Page Six, Avery said their story was “untrue and extremely exaggerated.”
“I’ve been shipping from this FedEx location since before March and throughout my entire move and everyone has been so courteous and helpful,” Avery told the outlet. “The original location was unable to accommodate the size box I needed to ship, so I had to switch locations. But that’s all it was. Someone is obviously trying to make more about this situation than it really is.”
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