And the former Real Housewives of New York veteran wants to say she’s sorry for opening her mouth about how Mario Singer putting the moves on her.
“I feel bad about the story and I never wanted to do anything to hurt her,” Zarin told Celebuzz.
The 49-year-old ex-reality star opened up to In Touch about Mario’s tendency to stray when cameras stopped rolling.
But she’s not taking back her harsh words… well, except one thing.
“When I had to get [my husband] Bobby involved to get him away from me, that was unrelated. It was a totally separate situation,” she said.
“It had nothing to do with him [Mario] hitting on me. He did hit on me, but he didn’t do it in any salacious way,” Jill added.
“I still feel bad for her [Ramona]. We all knew it. Everyone said it on and off the show.
“We aren’t the best of friends, but I don’t wish bad things for her.”
After getting fired from the Bravo series in 2011, Jill said she never thought her thoughts would make it onto the pages of a magazine two years after she made her TV exit.
“I was speaking with a friend and I was surprised it made it in the press because I’ve been off TV for so long. Who would care what I have to say, really?” she said. “I just thought this is so not relevant.”
“The truth is, Ramona and I both signed up for people to say things that we don’t like and that are true and not true. And she still has to live with the press saying things she doesn’t like.
“But I need to be more careful about what I say in the future.”