​​“RHONY” Alum Carole Radziwill Calls Out Andy Cohen’s 'Nasty Response’ After He 'Outed' Her as an Anonymous Source

“Someone can make a truthful observation, and there’s always one short-ish dude waiting to be offended,” the reality star said

<p>Manny Carabel/Getty; Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty</p> Carole Radziwill; Andy Cohen

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Carole Radziwill; Andy Cohen

Former Real Housewives of New York cast member Carole Radziwill has a few choice words for Andy Cohen.

On Tuesday, June 11, Radziwill, 60, shared a tweet calling a response from the Bravo executive producer and host, 56, "nasty."

<p>Roy Rochlin/Getty; Taylor Hill/FilmMagic</p> Carole Radziwill; Andy Cohen

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Carole Radziwill; Andy Cohen

Her social media message followed a bit of back and forth between the two after Cohen recently accused the journalist of being the anonymous source who gave New York Magazine a not-so-nice quote to add to his June 3 profile.

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“Hey Carole here,” the former reality star began in her tweet. “Someone can make a truthful observation &there’s always one short-ish dude waiting to be offended.”

Radziwill’s tweet included a repost containing audio from the Monday, June 10, episode of Cohen’s SiriusXM radio show, Radio Andy.

In the clip, Cohen’s co-host, John Hill, inquired about “a quote from a Housewife who didn’t use her name," that was published in the profile article about Cohen. Hill referred to the unidentified individual’s remarks as “shady,” adding that he had “been wondering who it is.”

<p>Robin Marchant/Getty</p> Andy Cohen and Carole Radziwill, April 2017

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Andy Cohen and Carole Radziwill, April 2017

Almost without hesitation, Cohen said he knew “exactly” who the person was.

“It’s Carole Radziwill, no question,” Cohen said of his former friend. “It’s the only mean quote, and it’s the only anonymous quote.”

In her tweet, Radziwill added, “At this point why would any normal person use their name? They’re all so vindictive which I believe is the point of the quote& confirmed by Andy’s nasty response.”

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According to Cohen’s conversation with Hill, it was “obvious” that the commentary came from Radziwill because “we haven’t fired that many New York Housewives,” which seemingly narrowed down the options.

Cohen also called the situation “weird,” claiming Radziwill had previously been open about saying negative things about him in the past, so there was no real reason to hide her identity now.

“Carole has said a lot of unkind things about me that she has tweeted and been quoted about. So, I was like, 'Why are you going off the record here?' ” he said. “It was so weird to me. I didn’t understand.”

<p>Gary Lee/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty</p> REAL HOUSEWIVES OF NEW YORK CITY cast

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As for the quote in question, the anonymous source told New York Magazine of the Housewives franchise: “The show went from silly humor about middle-aged women getting drunk and being delusional about their status and having funny, petty arguments, to Housewives investigating and doing opposition research and making up false story lines and leaking stories on each other and trying to get one another fired.”

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The person also referenced a point during Cohen’s baby shower in which Lisa Rinna told others present to “Dance for Andy and his baby — dance like your f------ lives depend on it.”

The source called the moment “cringe,” adding, “That’s the dynamic. Everyone just dances for Andy Cohen.”

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