Last night, the second part of the Real Housewives of New York reunion aired. As in the first part, a lot was discussed regarding LuAnn de Lesseps and her soon-to-be husband, Tom. Bethenny Frankel was not backing down from her attacks and they didn't only stay focused on de Lesseps either. 

Bethenny Frankel attacked Dorinda Medley, Jules Wainstein, and even went after Sonja Morgan again. While the latter two were comments most fans expected, the way she talked about Medley appeared to be coming from a more personal level. It is widely known that Frankel is not fond of John, the man Dorinda has been dating for a few years. 

After the reunion aired, Bethenny Frankel was live with Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live.

The two are incredibly close so it was a given she would be the one chosen to represent the show on the night it finished airing. No one was prepared for what she was about to insinuate, even Cohen himself. 

According to All About the Tea, Bethenny Frankel came out and admitted that some of the cast members have a substance issue on the Real Housewives of New York. She made a comment about it snowing more in New York than any other city in the franchise. Frankel didn't come out and say cocaine or name the co-stars, but she definitely has social media talking about it. 

Rumors have circulated about Dorinda Medley and her boyfriend, John using something illegal. It has never been confirmed and could have easily been fabricated by any number of people or outlets at this point. With the admission from Bethenny Frankel last night on Watch What Happens Live, there are some serious questions about the rumors. 

Fans are waiting on a response from the cast members.

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Clearly, Carole Radziwill is not a suspect because she is Bethenny's best friend on the cast. Frankel would never call out her friend. Sonja Morgan could be who she is talking about but she is more into drinking than anything else which she has acknowledged on the show. It appears that it was a diss toward Dorinda Medley. Nothing is confirmed, but it is definitely suspected.