Bethenny Frankel slams ‘Housewives’ book for ‘trashing women’

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She’s mentioning it all.

Bethenny Frankel called out the explosive new “Real Housewives” tell-all book, “Not All Diamonds and Rosé,” for “trashing women.”

“I think we need more stories about women trashing women…Or….we can publish a book about it?” Frankel, 50, sarcastically tweeted on Monday night. “Is that a good idea?”

The “Real Housewives of New York City” alum added that she felt journalist Dave Quinn’s book takes advantage of the “weaknesses” of the franchise’s stars.

“PS. I’ve had my regrettable moments but capitalizing on our weaknesses? That’s ‘rich’….literally #WomenSupportingWomen lol,” she wrote.

Frankel — who starred on “RHONY” from Seasons 1 through 3 and then Seasons 7 through 11 — was one of the only “Real Housewives” who chose not to be included in the tell-all. The Skinnygirl founder has not yet addressed why she declined to participate and had kept fairly quiet on the matter until now.

“I vaguely remember being approached about it & taking a hard left…but I don’t know. It just keeps coming up,” Frankel explained in another tweet.

The “Just B with Bethenny Frankel” podcast host teased that she will instead share her side of the story in an episode dropping later this week.

“Not All Diamonds and Rosé” includes never-before-heard details, firsthand stories and interviews with nearly every past and present “Real Housewife,” friends of the stars and producers of the shows.

Quinn’s new book has already caused a whirlwind of drama after the reality stars found out who talked poorly about them.

Former “RHONY” star Heather Thomson alleged that her co-star Sonja Morgan let men “put lit cigarettes in her vagina,” to which Morgan, 57, responded, “liar liar pants on fire.”

Morgan’s co-star Leah McSweeney, on the other hand, shared she was not pleased with Morgan’s comments about her sister by posting an Instagram Story of lit cigarettes — referring to Thomson’s story.

“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” stars Lisa Rinna and Lisa Vanderpump also made headlines after a producer made new claims about the show’s “Puppygate” scandal from Season 9.

“The truth always comes out,” Rinna, 58, wrote in an Instagram Story, referring to the producer claiming Vanderpump, 61, made the infamous 2019 call to Radar Online that leaked the “Puppygate” storyline.

Frankel’s rep had no additional comment on her tweets. A rep for the book’s publisher did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.

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