Nicole From ‘RHOM’ Said Marysol’s Attack Came From a Place of Revenge – She Never Referred to Larsa Pippen as a ‘Hooker’

Nicole Martin from Bravo‘s The Real Housewives of Miami said she never referred to Larsa Pippen as a “hooker” and believes the attack on her in the Hamptons was Marysol Patton’s way of putting her in her place after she told Alexia Echevarria to calm down.

Martin told Showbiz Cheat Sheet that Patton’s attack on her at the RHOM dinner was a total surprise and she felt as though Patton was trying to remind her she’s new to the group and should know her place.

Nicole from ‘RHOM’ said she didn’t refer to Larsa as a ‘hooker’

A big storyline this season is about Pippen’s OnlyFans account and the cast’s reaction to it. Martin said she never referred to Pippen as a “hooker” in that regard.

Nicole Martin defends herself at dinner on 'RHOM'
Nicole Martin, Lisa Hochstein, Larsa Pippen, and Alexia Echevarria | Peacock

“There was really no truth to anything having to do with Larsa,” she said. “I don’t usually curse unless I’m super upset or heated and I just don’t use the word hooker like it’s even weird for me to say. The combination of letters doesn’t roll off my tongue. And that’s like her favorite word. [Patton] walks into the room and is like, ‘Hi hookers!'”

She did admit to making comments about Lisa’s house

On the show, Martin admitted to making comments about Lisa Hochstein’s grandiose Star Island home. But she finds it suspicious how her remark made it to Patton.

“There was a conversation with my design team about Lisa’s house, which later I came to find out someone on the design team was Marysol’s high school best friend,” Martin said. “So that’s for sure where this story came from, from this person on the design team. But that was a conversation about interior design in the privacy of my own home with my design team. It wasn’t a malicious, gossipy kind of thing like Marysol is always spinning.”

“Instead, it was really a neutral conversation about style, and I gave my honest opinion on it,” Martin added. “It wasn’t malicious at all. But she manipulated that into something to make a point or to teach me a lesson, or I don’t know what the reason was.”

Nicole was shocked during that Hamptons dinner on ‘RHOM’

Martin said Patton’s remarks during the RHOM dinner came out of left field. “I was honestly shocked and had no idea that there were all these feelings,” she said. “I genuinely have to believe that there weren’t ever real feelings like that. Because we were eight weeks into this, and there was never any suggestion of her having doubts about me. I mean, she came to my house for sushi night, ate my food, drank my liquor, talked to my husband or my fiancé.”

“Like, if you feel a certain way, why would you do that, you know?” she wondered. “And she never said anything to the women anything, either. They all just came out after I got into an argument with Alexia because of the tone she was speaking with. So I felt like it was really just revenge and kind of like, ‘Let’s teach that newbie a lesson.’ It came out of left field for me. I was just so shocked that I was just trying to understand and process. What was going on?”

“I think it’s just kind of like it was just the overall theme of like, ‘Hey, you’re the newbie, we’re the OGs, you should just be thankful to be in our presence.’ And I just got used to that, right?” she said. “Like, there’s never been a hierarchy with me in any of my friends. We’ve always kind of been who we are. So for me, it was just odd coming into a group where not everybody was on an equal playing field.”

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