When this starts to happen you have a problem with your show

Foxtel and Matchbox Pictures need to pull their cast into line with reports that The Real Housewives of Sydney‘s Lisa Oldfield is being investigated by NSW Police for allegedly trolling the 13-year-old son of a co-star Victoria Rees.

A NSW Police spokeswoman said the matter was reported on the morning of April 3rd.

No charges have been laid.

News Corp. claims Oldfield reportedly attacked the teenage son of Rees last week, in a post she was forced to delete by Foxtel. “Foxtel and Matchbox have spoken to all of the Real Housewives about being responsible and respectful on ­social media,” a spokesman told the Daily Telegraph.

The incident follows episodes in which cast members have been argumentative and abusive.

But when it spills into the real world and takes aim at a teenager, Real Housewives is guilty of setting appalling standards.  This show has a problem in discerning between villains in Reality TV and real world bullying.

Two weeks ago SKY News fired Mark Latham for disrespectful comments about a teenage boy.

Better just to switch off and deny them oxygen.

8 Comments:

  1. I watched one episode of this utter trash and that was enough for me! There is nothing real about these housewives and they set a dreadful example for all viewers, especially young people. They are totally obnoxious and the show deserves to be taken off the air.

  2. “The incident follows episodes in which cast members have been argumentative and abusive.” – pick an episode, that could refer to any of them.

  3. there is mindless trash and then the real housewives franchise is on a lower level! and come on! “real housewives”? these women wouldn’t know how to raise a child by themselves if it hit them in the face!

  4. They’ve cast it too nasty and feral and piled it on from the get go. It’s hard going watching it. Needs to lighten up and make us smile occasionally

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