Shock as Cohen Accused of Cocaine Use in Public!

Engulfed in a series of accusations and counter-claims, the legal teams of Cohen and McSweeney are currently at loggerheads, throwing the reality world into a frenzy.

In the midst of these allegations, a letter was sent from Cohen's lawyer to the legal team of McSweeney. This letter demanded that claims about Cohen's supposed use of cocaine be retracted. According to the letter, the allegations from McSweeney are, unequivocally, “false.”

McSweeney's Accusations

It has been reported that McSweeney accused Cohen of consuming cocaine at work, alongside members of ‘The ' franchise. Responding to this, Cohen's legal representative suggested that these accusations were fabricated as “tabloid clickbait,” aimed at sparking a media storm.

The lawyer for McSweeney retaliated, making accusations of his own; he suggested Cohen was employing scare tactics and trying to intimidate McSweeney.

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A lawsuit launched by McSweeney implicates not just Cohen, but also a string of renowned names. These include Bravo, NBC/Universal, Shed Media U, and producers John Paparazzo, Lisa Shannon, and Darren Ward.

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The lawsuit alleges that the top brass of the network fostered a hazardous work atmosphere and were complicit in promoting the abuse of substances. McSweeney further claims that she was exploited due to her struggle with alcoholism and was pressured to consume alcohol while filming the show.

McSweeney's Time on the Show

McSweeney has a history with ‘The Real Housewives' franchise; she was a cast member of ‘The Real Housewives of New York City' for two consecutive seasons that spanned 2020 and 2021. She made a to the franchise for ‘The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip' season 3 in .

Asserting her desire to reclaim her reality, McSweeney didn't hold back in criticizing the apparent indifference of the top executives towards the welfare of the cast members.

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