RHONY star Ramona Singer, 61, who got into a fender bender in the Hamptons over Memorial Day weekend, is said to be “a little swollen and bruised” but doing well. Singer, who was driving her Maserati on Montauk Highway, was involved in a four-car pile-up.
According to People, “She was very shaken. It was very upsetting for her.”
On Monday, the reality star posted a photo of her six-bedroom, six-bathroom Southhampton house. “It’s Memorial Day. Thanks to all who sacrificed,” she wrote. “I’m sorry I did not put out flags earlier in recognition of this important day but I had an accident and been icing non-stop.”
Singer, who has owned the sprawling home for 23 years, recently updated the space. The rehab only took six weeks. “You have to stay on top of it, and you have to really pressure everyone to get things done. I was on their a–! And you know what? It got done,” she told DailyMailTV.
According to a witness, Singer was on the side of the road “visibly annoyed” while she waited for assistance and talked on her phone. The housewife was reportedly returning from an Avenue Magazine party when she got into the accident.
“She bashed in her face from the airbag and went to the hospital, but instead of going home, she went to a dinner party at Nurit Kahane’s home,” said another witness. “Her face was all swollen. It’s like she can’t miss one party!”
According to TMZ, the police have faulted Singer for the pile-up after she rear-ended a Mazda, which caused a chain reaction. Police say there was no alcohol or drugs involved, and no arrests were made. Singer was transported by ambulance to the hospital where she was promptly released. None of the other drivers were injured, though the Maserati is said to have suffered "significant front end damage."
Singer, who was born in Southampton, reportedly has a net worth of $18 million, which she earned as the owner of RMS Fashions and the Tru Renewal skincare line, as well as her HSN jewelry collection. She also has her own wine, an Italian Pinot Grigio. She donates a portion of the profits from her wine sales to shelters for victims of domestic violence, a cause which is personal to her since she grew up watching her mother being battered. She divorced husband Mario in 2014 after he was rumored to be having an affair.