Real Housewives of New Jersey alum Siggy Flicker says production “bought” Margaret Josephs‘ wreath gift for Teresa Giudice in honor of her mother’s passing, and they manipulated the edit in Margaret’s favor.
Amid a recent lawsuit against Bravo over allegations of exploitation, Siggy shared she was “bombard[ed]” by production on a daily basis, and she couldn’t “take on” what they did in the “editing room.”
“I could take on Margaret. I could take on all of them. I can’t take on production,” said Siggy on the AllAboutTRH podcast. “I as a human being cannot take on what they’re going to do with the edit in the editing room.”
She went on to say, “It’s not fair to bombard me every day. It was, I couldn’t wait to run away from that show … It was just, every day I have to deal with production. Let me just film my scenes.”
Siggy then shared that Margaret’s famous “wreath” gift to Teresa — in a seemingly sweet tribute to Teresa’s late mom — was orchestrated by production.
“Production bought a wreath and had her do something at the Boca Raton resort,” said Siggy. “[Margaret] never ever met Teresa’s mom. She just met Teresa seven days prior to filming that scene.”
She claimed the scene was edited in Margaret’s favor. “Do you see what an edit can do? Do you think Margaret Josephs went to Florida and said, ‘Hi, okay, I think that we should buy a wreath?'”
“That was all production.”
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