‘Real Housewives’ Bethenny Frankel Says ‘Luann Learned the Pirate Lesson’ After Raunchy Hook Up (Video)

The New York women dish on partying and indiscretions in Turks and Caicos on Season 7 reunion

The final secrets from “Real Housewives of New York City” Season 7 spilled on Thursday, and they weren’t pretty.

As the ladies gathered with host Andy Cohen for Bravo’s third reunion show, Luann de Lesseps was mocked for getting caught on camera in St. Barts with a “Johnny Depp” French pirate.

“Lets just say Luann learned the pirate lesson,” Bethenny Frankel said, trying to be diplomatic for once about the women busting into her room in during their latest vacation in Turks and Caicos.

“I have no dog in this fight, but she feels these were her friends and they were trying to catch her with another pirate,” Frankel said.

Cohen accused the Countess of fighting the cameras, but LuAnn says she was “fighting her friends for breaking the girl code.

“You offended me and violated my privacy,” she screeched, trying to shift the pirate blame onto Sonja Morgan.

The women later got into a typical round of “who said what,” as they addressed Sonja’s drinking problem, with Morgan accusing Singer of “loving to spread drama … it’s such bulls–t.”

While there was plenty of screaming, crying and shouting, it wasn’t interesting enough to keep Singer awake, however, who went from cat fighting to cat napping in the middle of the reunion.

“Do you want me to wake you when something happens regarding you?” Cohen asked, laughing.


Singer did wake up long enough to get chastised about what happened in Turks and Caicos, which included plenty of heavy partying and naked men.

“Ramona, it is completely inappropriate and sloppy of you to send a complete stranger that you met two hours ago upstairs,” Kristin Taekman said. “That’s gross and disgusting, and that, my friend, is breaking girl code.”

Rather than trying to scratch each other’s eyes by the end of the reunion, the women hugged it out and toasted to “girls,” “friendship” and “being cool.”