The Dish Rag was one of the first to report that “Real Housewives of New York City’s” Jill Zarin and her associates had allegedly used fake names on Amazon.com to write positive reviews of her own book, “Secrets of a Jewish Mother,” bash those who had written negative reviews and pan books written by her enemies on the show.
Now, fellow New York City housewife, Alex McCord is weighing in on the controversy.
The Boston Herald. “I think it’s unethical. I think you don’t review
your own book and you also don’t comment on other people’s reviews.”
In fact, her and husband Simon van Kempen‘s
parenting memoir, “Little Kids, Big City,” has apparently fallen victim
to negative reviews, which fit the same pattern. McCord doesn’t seem
surprised, though, that her costar might have resorted to such methods.
will say that unfortunately,” says McCord. “Jill does kind of have a
history of this. Whenever she perceives a fight, she fights back pretty
dirty and that’s unfortunate.”
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