She recently generated a stir due to her alcoholism.
Luann de Lesseps, star of “The Real Housewives of New York,” has apologized for generating a commotion at Townhouse, a piano bar in New York City, where she was recently booted out after she took the mic while inebriated and belted out songs while yelling “f–k you” at booing patrons.
“This week, after a regrettable incident, I was faced with the truth,” De Lesseps began her statement on Instagram on Saturday morning.
“I want to apologize to the staff at Townhouse and anyone else I may have offended with my behavior. Clearly my struggles with alcohol are real!”
“While I’ve made great strides over the years, there’s been time I’ve fallen. It’s one day at a time!” she continued. “I’m in recovery and taking steps to ensure this doesn’t happen again.”
As we previously reported, witnesses at the event says the real housewife, who has her own “Countess Cabaret” performance, was already buzzed when she arrived at the piano bar Townhouse in Manhattan on Wednesday night.
The singer received encouragement from “Housewives” Cynthia Bailey of Atlanta and Lisa Rinna of Beverly Hills, as well as Kelly Bensimon of New York City and New Jersey star Margareth Josephs, who all left positive notes in the comment section for their fellow Bravolebrity.
In 2017, she was arrested in Palm Beach for being drunk and rowdy on Christmas Eve. “Luann works very hard to maintain a healthy lifestyle,” a source disclosed to PEOPLE on Friday, adding that de Lesseps was learning an important lesson from this experience. “She will be taking steps to make sure it doesn’t happen again.”