Sonja Morgan

Courtesy of Ciroc

Proving that age doesn't always bring maturity, Real Housewives of New York's Jill Zarin and Ramona Singer have been battling it out in a serious social-media war.

After their Bravo show aired last Thursday, the ladies took to Twitter and Facebook to tell their sides of the story over whether Jill requested that Ramona bring bottles of her own Pinot Grigio to an event.

Why anyone would ever get mad over someone bringing gratis alcohol is beyond me, but the gloves are clearly off...

Ramona posted emails between their assistants to try and prove her point, which Jill then claimed were taken "out of context".

I caught up with their castmate Sonja Morgan to see if we're in the midst of another Bethenny Frankel-esque feud, which ended with the onetime BFFs barely speaking.

"You don't have to worry about about Ramona and Jill," Sonja told me at the Ciroc Lounge during the Billboard Awards in Vegas. "I think people get scared now because they saw what happened with Jill and Bethenny. That was a heartbreaker. This is a whole different animal. They always work it out."

Sonja's been dealing with some drama of her own lately: she filed for bankruptcy and got slapped with a $7 million dollar lawsuit for a film she first agreed to finance, then backed out of after she filed for divorce.

"I had a slate of five films ready to go," she explained. "I had one movie in the can and another movie fell through and a big lawsuit."

The reality star admits it's been a rough time for her personally.

"It was really hard on me...all while I was dealing with the divorce and I have a little child to take care of and a big house to maintain," she told me.

But just because she's gone through a difficult split doesn't mean she wouldn't walk down the aisle again.

"Love keeps you young," she shared. "Look at the Countess [Luann de Lesseps]...she's glowing! The edge is off because she has wonderful Jacques. And I was in love. I had a wonderful marriage and as long as it lasted it was really wonderful and then boom, it was over. I'd be married again but it was a miracle it happened in the first place so it'll be a miracle if it happens again."

Never say never, right?

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