In a preview clip for this week, the women battle it out yet again, continuing the conversation as a fan’s question asks why none of the ladies came to Tinsley’s defense as Dorinda continued to bully the 45-year-old.
“I felt that Dorinda was hurting and that she felt taken advantage of–” Sonja Morgan began, before Tinsley cut her off.
“I’m not doing this anymore,” Tinsley scoffed, before she and Sonja continued to spar about Tinsley supposedly playing “victim” on the show.
“I love Dorinda to this day, but when she gets on a roll, when she’s angry … it’s like a tsunami,” Ramona Singer chimed in.
“I know and I apologized for that!” Dorinda exclaimed.
“No, you didn’t apologize for that and I actually don’t even want your apology,” Tinsley retorted.
“Well, I’m sorry! And I hope you live well, do well, and be happy. I should have handled it differently,” the ex-reality star told Tinsley.
Tinsley continued to talk over Dorinda and Ramona — who was trying to stand up for Dorinda’s apology — by noting that she would no longer be on the show and she wanted this moment to have her last word.
“I don’t believe her, I need to be able to speak, let me have this little moment to talk for one damn second!” Tinsley yelled.
As for accepting Dorinda’s apology, Tinsley said it was “way too little too late” as she shook her head in distress.
“I don’t really care, I don’t need her apology, I honestly don’t,” she sneered.
The apology was indeed too little, too late for Dorinda, who was reportedly let go from the franchise after her “mean” drunken behavior allegedly became too much for the production and ultimately the network. More rumors have recently surfaced about Bravo supposedly offering to pay for her rehab expenses and keeping the door open for her potential return.
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