Filming for the third season 3 of The Real Housewives of Miami got underway yesterday, March 28, in South Beach. Marysol Patton and Alexia Echevarria hit the beach in their workout gear and went for a waterfront run with Bravo cameras in tow.
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Changes are coming to The Real Housewives of Miami. Last season‘s show included a whopping seven (and a half if you include Alexia Echevarria) wives but season 3 may not have as many. Karent Sierra, who was one of four new ladies added for season 2, has decided to leave the show and original wife Marysol Patton has taken on a reduced role.
The Real Housewives of Miami star Karent Sierra may be facing some serious money issues. The seemingly successful dentist is being sued by a bank in Miami-Dade County, and according to the lawsuit, they are attempting to gain ownership of her two homes in Miami which are assessed at $870,000 combined!
The Real Housewives of Miami‘s Alexia Echevarria and her husband Herman are being sued by the exclusive Fisher Island Club after the couple allegedly stopped paying dues a few years ago. The club is asking for the back dues plus interest, which adds up in a hurry when you’re supposed to be paying $18,300 a month! Keep reading to find out what the total amount Fisher Island Club is asking for and see a few of the amenities that shelling out more than 18 grand a month will get you.
Lisa Hochstein is done with the drama from Real Housewives of Miami – well, at least until season 3 begins filming (if it returns, that is) — but unfortunately, she’s involved in some legal drama after suing a women who claimed that she was not only an escort, but also a soft core porn star.
The Real Housewives of all the cities have offered up their lives to the public, and while sometimes the situations are “set-up” the drama is often all too real with real life consequences. The Huffington Post broke up some of these life-changing events by the numbers, focusing on bankruptcies, divorces, and businesses in an infographic. […]
Real Housewives of Miami cast member Alexia Echevarria is taking her insurance company to court following a horrific car accident involving her youngest son Frankie. She filed the lawsuit in Florida against Garcia Lorenzo & Associates, claiming that they did not execute her policy correctly after bills mounted. Find out the amount she is seeking in damages and get the latest on Frankie’s recovery.
The Real Housewives of Miami star Adriana de Moura’s publicist issues a statement in response to a marriage license that surfaced online yesterday showing that she and current “fiance” Frederic Marq were actually married back in 2008.
Adriana de Moura and Frederic Marq decided to tie the knot in a dramatic moment during last month’s season 2 finale of Real Housewives of Miami, but as it turns out, these two have been pulling our chains all along. According to online records, they already got married in 2008!
During the first Season of Real Housewives of Miami, we saw Marysol Patton marry Phillippe Pautesta-Herda in a romantic Aspen wedding. By the time the second season was filming, though, the pair had already split. They decided to divorce by the season finale, and viewers never really got to see them as a couple.
At some point on camera fellow castmate Lea Black made a comment about Marysol and Phillippe’s marriage being a green card marriage, and that comment became a source of sore debate in the Season 2 reunion show.