‘Housewives of NYC’s’ Countess LuAnn talks daughter’s mistake

HollywoodNews.com: It seems, as much as ‘Real Housewives of New York City’ star Countess LuAnn de Lesseps tries to teach etiquette, her daughter hasn’t quite learned how to behave.

It has come out that her daughter, Victoria, used the N-word in a YouTube video, states PopEater. It is also being claimed that she was using drugs while using that inappropriate language, however that is not confirmed.

The Countess has commented on the matter: “My daughter Victoria knows that the behavior she exhibited was unacceptable. I have chosen to deal with this as a private family matter and an opportunity to discuss consequences of our actions.”

Do you think the behavior was just a mistake?

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One Comment

  • February 13, 2011 | Permalink |

    It is really a shame to hear this from anyone, but especially from a member of the younger generation. I’m now a disappointed fan of the show, and I hope LuAnn sincerely expressed that this behavior is unacceptable. The Statue of Liberty was a gift to America from a de Lesseps ancestor. I would like to think of Vic as being proud to be associated with the torch of liberty. Its too bad that all the money spent on sending her to a prestigious New York boarding school hasn’t resulted in common sense and respect for diversity. We must do better. This great nation has a troubled past that seems to find its way into the present. More needs to be done if America wants to set a standard for the rest of the world to follow. Who will be the n*gg* when China, at this rate, is leader of the free world? I think African descendants, which we all are whether we want to admit or not, have suffered offensive treatment and insults long enough. With most teenagers thinking that they know it all, parents and the views of more experienced adults likely don’t matter to them.

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