• Leah McSweeney is best known from 'Real Housewives of New York City'
  • She is suing host Andy Cohen
  • THIS is the scoop for this legal showdown

The complaint, which reads like a Hollywood thriller, alleges a toxic workplace culture rife with pressured alcohol consumption and discrimination against disabilities, including McSweeney's own battles with alcohol use disorder and mental health issues. The scandal deepens with claims of cocaine use and preferential treatment among the 'Housewives'. Brace yourselves, because this story is about to take you on a wild ride through the underbelly of reality TV glamour!

Leah vs Andy and the gloves are off

It's a storyline no scriptwriter could dream up! Leah McSweeney, our favorite 'RHONY' rebel, is taking on the reality TV titan Andy Cohen in a legal battle that's set to shake the very foundations of the Bravo network.

The allegations? A workplace that's less about the glitz and more about the grit, where booze flows freely and the line between right and wrong is blurrier than a Housewife after one too many martinis!

McSweeney, who's been open about her sobriety journey, claims the Bravo bigwigs not only turned a blind eye to her struggles but actively concocted scenarios to push her to the brink.

"They wanted drama, and they didn't care how they got it," she alleges. The fashion maven says she was sober as a judge when the cameras rolled, but the pressure to partake was as present as the diamonds at a reunion show.

But wait, there's more! McSweeney drops a bombshell accusation that Cohen isn't just the life of the party; he's allegedly the supplier, too!

She claims the Bravo host has a "proclivity for cocaine usage" and even suggests he plays favorites with those willing to indulge with him. It's a tale of powder and power that's blowing up faster than you can say "Mazel!"

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With the Bravo crew tighter-lipped than a Housewife post-fillers, the silence is deafening. No comments from Team Cohen or the network, but a rep for Andy has outright denied the claims. The court of public opinion is now in session, and the verdict is still out!