Sonja Morgan is one reality television star who wants everyone to know that she takes the "Real" in Real Housewives very seriously. The Real Housewives of New York star is defending herself after reports have indicated that she might have staged her scene with Harry Dubin in which he presented her with a commitment ring.
"There's nothing fake about Harry Dubin," Morgan explained to Radar Online. "Harry genuinely spoke from his heart and said he wants to commit."
Morgan also added, "He said that this was not THE ring - he was going to have another one made and that it was not an engagement right. But it was a gesture to let me know how much he loves and cares for me."
Meanwhile, Morgan finally sold her French estate to help pay off her bankruptcy case and pay off the millions she owes to her creditors.
According to Radar Online, Morgan sold her $5.7 million dollar French Estate back in May with a net of approximately $4.5 million after closing.
The trustee in her case filed the report while stating, "The Trustee of the above-captioned bankruptcy estate, hereby reports as to the private sale of the estate's interest in certain real property known as 'La Clos' located on the Parc de l'Oumede in Ramatuelle, France."
Morgan originally listed the French estate at $8 million but had to settle for much less when it sold.