Mary Cosby reveals why she skipped the season two reunion of The Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City
Mary Cosby revealed on social media why she decided to skip The Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City season two reunion.
The 49-year-old reality star joined a conversation on Tuesday by host @Tea_witdre on Twitter Spaces, which was recorded and later posted on Instagram by Crazy About Bravo, according to an article by E! News.
'The only thing I have to say about the reunion is that I did not go because it was one-sided,' Mary said in the audio posting only.
Skipped it: Mary Cosby, who appeared in New York City last October, revealed on social media why she decided to skip The Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City season two reunion
"Everyone heard one side of what they were feeling ... I mean, they were telling lies, one side of my story," she continued.
"And I was not going to join the reunion for a four-part reunion and talk about this guy who's gone," added Mary, who apparently referred to Cameron Williams, who died in June last year at the age of 33.
Cameron appeared in an October episode of the Bravo series at the Fresh Wolf event, warning Meredith Marks, 49, to be careful with Mary after he left her church.
'People who are in that church are godly, beautiful people, but Mary and her husband they have done some things that have been very harmful,' Cameron said during the episode, referring to Mary's husband and stepfather Robert Cosby Sr.
Bravo Show: Lisa Barlow, Mary, Heather Gay, Jen Shah, Whitney Rose and Meredith Marks appear in a promo still for season one of The Real Housewives Of Salt Lake City on Bravo
One side: 'The only thing I have to say about the reunion is that I did not go because it was one-sided,' said Mary, shown in a confessional from the latest episode, on Twitter Spaces
Cameron's friend Lisa Barlow, 47, later revealed he mortgaged his house and gave $ 300,000 to the pastor before leaving her Faith Temple Pentecostal Church.
He claimed he suffered 'extremely religious trauma' and called Mary's church a 'cult', while also claiming that Mary called herself God.
Mary has had a tumultuous second season on the Bravo show after making several racist remarks.
Religious Trauma: The later Cameron Williams, shown in an October episode of RHSLC, claimed he suffered 'extremely religious trauma' and called Mary's Church a 'cult', while also claiming that Mary called herself God
She compared co-star Jen Shah to 'Mexican thugs' and commented on the show, newcomer Jennie Nguyen having 'slanted eyes' and mimicking her accent.
Jenny has also come under fire recently after controversial Facebook posts from 2020 resurfaced, criticizing the Black Lives Matter movement and the COVID-19 vaccination effort.
Mary's decision not to join the reunion is rare, and she joins Lisa Vanderpump, who has also previously skipped an after-season gathering.
The 61-year-old British restaurateur had announced she would leave The Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills the day before the reunion was filmed.
Tumbling Season: Mary, featured in the latest episode of RHSLC, has had a tumultuous second season on the Bravo show after making several racist remarks