When the Real Housewife of New York City, Heather Ryan, came on the show to start her run for the presidency of the United States, she was a new face to the franchise.
But Ryan has made her mark as one of the most successful Housewives, and a major player in the franchise’s evolution.
Ryan’s tenure on the series has been anything but smooth.
In addition to the numerous scandals, Ryan has been accused of stealing money from her husband, and was recently fired by the series’ creator, Marc Maron, for breaking her contract with Bravo.
Now, it looks like Ryan’s departure is coming to an end.
Ryan has posted a lengthy Facebook status on Thursday, where she wrote, “I have to say I’m proud of the journey I have taken and am so thankful for all the people who helped make this show what it is today.
I’m also so proud of my husband Marc Maran and the team that made this show possible.
I have a lot of regrets and a lot more to work on but I want to make it clear that I have done what I could do in this show and have never regretted anything.
Thank you for believing in me.”
Ryan said she and Maran had been talking about her departure from the series for months.
Ryan was the first Housewife to ever leave the show, which has gone through multiple iterations and iterations since its inception in 1999.
But it was not until this past spring that Maran announced that Ryan was leaving the series.
The decision was met with mixed reactions.
Some fans, like actor Adam Scott, were ecstatic, while others were less so.
“It’s the first time ever I’ve seen that there’s been so much animosity toward the show,” Scott said in a recent interview.
“I’ve never seen anything like that.
I just think it’s ridiculous.
It’s so ridiculous.”
Ryan’s time on the cast has been a rollercoaster.
The series is currently in its fifth season, and she was seen on the second season of season 4.
She has also appeared on the fourth season of Housewives.
But after the first season of the show aired, Ryan decided to leave the franchise entirely, and Maron later announced that she would not be returning to the series, and that she was leaving for other projects.
Ryan said that she had planned to keep working with Maran, but that the situation with Maron changed her mind.
“Marc said he wanted me to keep going, and it was like, well, I don’t have to anymore,” she told Esquire.
“But Marc and I talked about it, and I was like yeah, I want more, I really do.
Ryan told Esqe, “Marc and I have been talking for a while. “
So we just sort of moved on.”
Ryan told Esqe, “Marc and I have been talking for a while.
We talked about this idea of what was next for us, what we were going to do next.
And I just realized I was ready to go.
I felt like I had something I was very passionate about, and maybe this was a way to show it to Marc.”
Ryan also shared her thoughts on Maran’s firing, saying, “We talked about the next step for us.
Marc was going to be gone.
I wanted to come back on the first show.
I want it to be the best show it can be.”
The series finale aired Wednesday, and while the episode ended with Ryan saying goodbye to Maran at the end of the episode, Maran tweeted a video of his final words to Ryan.
“Love you so much,” he wrote.
“Thank you for being a part of this family.”
Ryan did not respond to requests for comment.
But on Friday, Ryan posted a message on her Facebook page that read, “As a mother of four boys, it has been really challenging for me to watch my boys grow up in a world that is so toxic.
The last couple of weeks have been particularly tough because of this toxic environment that has been created by our show.”
Ryan added that she is “disappointed in Marc Marons team” and “disgusted” by Maran.
“My children, who are now grown, are not comfortable around me, I cannot tell them that,” she wrote.
But she added, “Thank God for Marc, because he’s allowed me to live the life that I wanted and I will continue to pursue that.”
Ryan has always been one of Bravo’s most controversial personalities.
Her feud with Bravo boss Andy Cohen over how much he paid for her Bravo show led to her leaving the show and ultimately ending her run on the network.
The feud also led to some of Bravo members boycotting her show.
Ryan is also currently facing accusations that she defrauded clients out of money and her husband of nearly $100,000, and is now facing a civil suit in Los Angeles County, California, for allegedly stealing