Margaret Josephs is criticizing her co-stars Jennifer Aydin and Danielle Cabral for getting into a physical altercation while filming Season 14 of “Real Housewives of New Jersey.”
“I think it’s unacceptable and it’s gone too far,” the reality star told Us Weekly Tuesday.
“It’s not necessary. We’re all grown adults and it’s not of the climate. It’s not acceptable. We’re all grown women. Everyone has to be able to control themselves.”
Sources told Page Six exclusively Monday that Aydin, 46, and Cabral, 38, fought at an event hosted by Teresa Giudice last week.
“Jennifer pushed Danielle during the argument and Danielle retaliated by crumpling her plastic cup and hurling it towards Jennifer’s face, drawing blood,” the insider claimed.
“We’ve evolved out of that,” Josephs, 56, added to Us Weekly, noting that she and her castmates have allegedly had a discussion in which they agreed to not get into physical disputes on camera.
The fashion designer then recalled when she got into altercations with co-stars on previous seasons, but said she’s realized “those days are over.”
“After that happened, I was, like, ‘What are we doing?,’” Josephs said, referencing when Danielle Staub pulled her hair during a disagreement in Season 10 in retaliation for the Bravoleb throwing water on her.
Staub, for her part, has said that she doesn’t regret putting her hands on Josephs because she was defending herself.
“How far am I going to let this go without a pushback,” the “RHONJ” alum, 61, said on the series’ after-show in January 2020, later adding, “Regrets? Hell no. My only regret is not doing it sooner.”
On Season 12, Josephs got into a separate heated dispute with Giudice, 51, that almost turned physical once again.
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The “Turning the Tables” author to “beat the f—king crap” out of her co-star during a trip to Nashville because she believed Josephs was spreading rumors about her now-husband Luis Ruelas.
However, Josephs told Us Weekly that that incident showed her growth because even though “Teresa cleared a whole table on [her],” she “didn’t retaliate.”
Page Six also learned this week that Bravo and Sirens Media, the production company behind “RHONJ,” have launched an investigation into Aydin and Cabral’s brawl.
The women have been suspended from filming while the probe is underway.