'Real Housewives of New York' Season 6 Spoilers: Aviva Drescher Missing From Cast, Was She Fired? [PHOTO, VIDEO]

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Everyone's favorite Leggy Blonde on Real Housewives of New York has gone missing. She was not on the Berkshires episodes (aka Wine-Gate), and her name has been scrubbed from the opening credits and cast interstitials. Fans are asking, was Aviva Drescher fired?

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Rumors of Drescher being disciplined are swirling around. But she's firing back, according to Radar Online on May 12.

"I wasn't (disciplined) ... back on in two weeks," she said.

Reportedly, Drescher didn't want to risk going to the Berkshires and tromping around the woods with her prosthetic leg and asthma concerns. The woody vacation could affect her health.

Drescher will be back after the Berkshires episodes wrap Tuesday, May 20 reported E! Online on May 14. And she'll be returning with her father, George.

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Speaking of her prosthetic leg, Bravo's been teasing viewers with images of that leg strewn on what looks like a red carpet. How did it get there? With Drescher reportedly spending more than $1 million on legs in her lifetime, and each one costing more than a college education, why would it just be tossed on the ground like that?

The reality star lost her leg at age six in an unfortunate accident, and she has since chronicled her journey as an amputee in her book, Leggy Blonde. Her state-of-the-art limb is now created by A Step Ahead prosthetics and designed to look as close to her right leg as possible.

"I've had around 50 legs throughout my lifetime,"Drescher told Life & Style, "and they run about $30,000 apiece."

Drescher now spends time raising awareness and funds for charities that support amputees in need of prosthetic limbs.

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