'The Real Housewives Of Miami' Season Four Confirmed, Marysol Patton Speaks Out Regaring Joanna Krupa's Comments (Exclusive)

10:40 AM EST 2/8/2014 by Lindsay Cronin, Celebeat Reporter

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In the last couple of weeks, Joanna Krupa has been hinting that The Real Housewives of Miami has come to an end, and that she is now focused on herself and the possibility of moving to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. However, the show has not been canceled, and Joanna's antics aren't sitting well with her costars, including Alexia Echevarria, who has confirmed season four, and Marsol Patton, who spoke to Celebeat about Krupa's recent claims.

In a Feb. 6 interview with E! News, Echevarria said, "There will definitely by a season four for Miami. I have spoken to producers and they are currently working on dates for taping, since we usually begin taping this time of year we were told taping is being pushed back a little. The producers spoke to all of us and told us the same thing."

In speaking to TMZ on Feb 3. Krupa discussed the possibilities of switching cities within the Real Housewives franchise, saying that the ladies of Beverly Hills "are great" and that she'd love to go head-to-head with Brandi Glanville. She also told TMZ that she was now focusing on life in Los Angeles where her husband, Romain Zago, is planning to open a nightclub.

In a Jan. 16 interview with Us Weekly, Krupa hinted that she's also considering moving on from The Real Housewives of Miami with her own series. "We both have such busy lives. The Real Housewives of Miami only shows my life in Miami and, to be honest, my life is more L.A.," Krupa said at the time. "The only thing that keeps me in Miami is my husband. Everything is in L.A., so who knows."

Despite all of Krupa's claims, Echevarria insists she has no clue what Bravo has decided when it comes to season four.

"Joanna has poor comprehension and lack of understanding as to what [the producers] said because what she is telling the media is not what they said," Alexia explained to E!. "Honestly, at this point I really feel very offended by her careless comments towards Miami and her fellow cast mates. She has no loyalty and I do not believe she belongs here or in any of the franchises."

Echevarria certainly wouldn't mind seeing Krupa leave the series, but as far as her chatter about moving to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Echevarria isn't convinced she'd fit in there either.

"She doesn't belong in Miami because she doesn't really live here and she doesn't belong in BH for obvious reasons," Echevarria said.

Since Echevarria and Patton have been with the show since its start, hearing Krupa's discussions about abandoning the show and hoping aboard another has been extremely disheartening. They love their city and don't appreciate Krupa acting as if she doesn't really want to be there, and has no ties to the town.

At the end of season three, Krupa had a falling out with her close friend Lisa Hochstien, and since she never really got along with the majority of the original cast, including Echevarria, Patton, and Adriana De Moura, that hasn't left her with many allies.

As for Patton, she's siding with longtime friend Echevarria in this dispute, which isn't surprising considering their longtime friendship and her own loyalty to the city of Miami.

In an exclusive statement to Celebeat, Patton said, "Part of me is shocked and offended at the way Joanna has trashed Miami Housewives, a place where all of us that were there from the beginning accepted her with open arms. Then again, Joanna never stops to think how her careless words appear or affect her fellow cast mates and the city of Miami, MY hometown." 

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