Mary Cosby Explains Why She Bails on RHOSLC Reunion

Prior to this, executive producer Andy Cohen addressed the Bravo personality’s absence from the filming for season 2 reunion which he described as ‘very disappointing.’

AceShowbizMary Cosby has broken her silence on skipping “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” reunion. She took to her social media account on Tuesday, January 18 to join a conversation on Twitter Space.

“The only thing I have to say about the reunion is I didn’t go because it was one-sided,” Mary told several fans during the audio-only chat hosted by user @Tea_witdre. “Everyone heard one side of what they felt…I mean, they told lies, one side of my story.”

The reality TV star went on to say, “And I was not going to get on the reunion for a four-part reunion and talk about this guy who has passed,” seemingly referring to Cameron Williams, Lisa Barlow‘s late friend. He attended her Fresh Wolf event on the show and played a big role in the ladies’ suspicions regarding Mary and her church.

Lisa previously revealed that Cameron was the one who gave the Cosbys around $300,000, which required him to mortgage his house. He, however, later left Mary’s church because he was suffering from “extreme religious trauma.”

Mary’s religion and her familial ties to the church that she inherited from her grandmother Rosemary has long been the talk of the town. She was accused of creating a cult because she earned said inheritance by marrying Rosemary’s husband a.k.a. her step-grandfather, Robert Cosby Sr.

Mary vehemently denied the cult speculations. “I’m not God,” she told Lisa in an episode. “I worship the God in me.”

Meanwhile, in the Twitter Space, Mary said, “I mean, how many titles did they put on me? I was a lot of things this season. I was everything. I mean, call me Batman.”

Prior to this, Andy Cohen addressed her absence which he described as “very disappointing.” Andy explained during Sirius XM’s “Radio Andy” on January 11, “I spoke to her on New Year’s Eve, a few hours before I went on the air [for CNN], we had a long talk. It’s her story to tell, but I got the sense that she was not finding gratitude in being on the show anymore.”

Andy continued, “This is what I dislike about people not showing up to the reunion: You allow the others to control your narrative as your last gesture. I would much rather hear from her, and the truth of the matter is…she was a big part of the success of this show.”

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