Jill Zarin has developed a reputation on the Real Housewives of New York. In the recent weeks, she has accused a fellow cast member of cyber bullying, while throwing rude remarks around. In past seasons, she has managed to push away fellow friends resulting in a smaller group of friends today.
The Jewish Journal recently published an interview with Zarin, where she speaks about her life on the small screen and how she feels about being a hated woman. Zarin admits that she loves being on the show. That does not come as a big surprise to those who watch. However, she does regret not being more engaged with Bethenny in season three. Jill Zarin and Bethenny Frankel had a public fall-out on the show, which left both women frustrated, angry and heartbroken. Zarin wishes that her husband Bobby had been more involved in the situation, as he may have been a mediator between the two.
The interview notes that Jill Zarin spoke softly when speaking about her fall-out with Bethenny during the interview. Zarin has openly said that she feels bad about her fall-out, but that she wishes Bethenny and her new family the best of luck.
Jill Zarin admits that she avoids reading any negative comments or articles that are written about her. She doesn't want to bother with people's opinions of her, as she is happy with her life. She admits that encourages people to talk about her - it is good for business, whether it is bad talk or good. That leaves one wondering if she purposely starts arguments and fights on the Real Housewives of New York simply to market her business.