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Andy Cohen accused of taking cocaine with his favorite Real Housewives cast members by ex RHONY star Leah McSweeney as Bravo boss faces ANOTHER bombshell lawsuit

  • McSweeney, 41, has made a series of claims in a lawsuit filed Tuesday in New York
  • She alleged that Cohen participates in drug abuse with his favorite employees
  • A representative for Cohen said that ‘the claims against Andy are completely false’

A new lawsuit against Andy Cohen and Bravo alleges that cocaine use is rampant on the network, with the kingpin producer and television personality both using and providing the illegal drug to employees.

The Bravo producer and personality, 55, “engages in cocaine use with housewives he employs,” according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday in the Southern District of New York by former Real Housewives of New York City star Leah McSweeney .

McSweeney said in court documents reviewed by Page six that Cohen “tends to give more favorable treatment to the housewives he uses cocaine with” and strategically edits them to make them look better.

Cohen “intentionally uses cocaine on his employees to further promote a workplace culture that thrives on drug and alcohol use, which results in the failure to accommodate employees who are disabled and attempt to remain drug-free,” McSweeney said in the lawsuits.

A representative for Cohen told Dailymail.com that “the claims against Andy are completely false.”

Leah McSweeney, 41, appeared on two seasons of The Real Housewives of New York City in 2020-2021, and one season of Real Housewives: Ultimate Girls Trip, which aired last year

A new lawsuit against Andy Cohen, 55, and Bravo, claims cocaine use is widespread on the network, with the kingpin producer and on-air personality both using and providing the illegal drug to employees

McSweeney, 41, appeared on two seasons of The Real Housewives of New York City in 2020-2021, and one season of Real Housewives: Ultimate Girls Trip, which aired last year.

McSweeney said in the legal documents that Bravo “thrives drug and alcohol use,” mentioning any other parties beyond Cohen.

McSweeney said in court documents reviewed by Page six that she informed Bravo producers prior to her casting for the series that she was focused on staying sober and had a 30-day period of sobriety on the show.

McSweeney told the court that producers failed to make a “reasonable accommodation” for her addiction-related disability – but instead provided her with “unlimited, free alcoholic beverages,” and “encouraged her to consume those alcoholic beverages.”

McSweeney’s legal team said that “this environment caused Ms. McSweeney to relapse into alcohol addiction shortly after joining RHONY season 12.”

McSweeney, who has a fashion label called Married To The Mob, said in the legal documents that sexual harassment was also widespread in the company, claiming that a senior producer “routinely sends unsolicited photos of (their) genitals to lower-level production employees.” ‘, and that managers have ignored the problems.

Cohen

Cohen “intentionally uses cocaine on his employees to further promote a workplace culture that thrives on drug and alcohol use, which results in a failure to accommodate employees who are impaired and attempt not to use substances,” McSweeney said in court filings .

A representative for Cohen told Dailymail.com that 'the claims against Andy are completely false'

A representative for Cohen told Dailymail.com that ‘the claims against Andy are completely false’