Andy Cohen Breaks Silence on 'Real Housewives' Lawsuits, Describes Himself as a 'Target'
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The TV host has been facing allegations from many and recently, Leah McSweeney alleged that he used cocaine with 'Housewives' and influenced editing and treatment based on who he uses the drug with.

AceShowbiz - Andy Cohen has finally broken his silence on claims made against him and Bravo by former "Real Housewives" stars. The executive producer of the franchise claimed he feels like people are "targeting" him.

"Obviously, it's no fun to be a target," the 55-year-old said The Hollywood Reporter. "But I have no regrets about the way I've handled anything. I think everything that happens in your life informs the next thing that happens in your life."

"That's the way I look at all this," Andy continued. "I know what the truth is and I know how I've conducted myself, and I walk tall every day on that."

Andy said he's "incredibly proud of the close relationships I've built in my 20 years" at Bravo. He also declared that he believes "most people involved with these shows have been very grateful for the platform."

Andy has been facing allegations from the likes of Bethenny Frankel, NeNe Leakes and Brandi Glanville among others. Recently Leah McSweeney alleged that Andy uses cocaine with "Housewives" and influences editing and treatment based on who he uses the drug with.

The former star of "The Real Housewives of New York City" also accused Bravo of exploiting her substance abuse and mental health challenges for rating. Andy's legal team has strongly denied the allegations though, stating that they are "categorically false."

They claimed that Andy never used cocaine with any "Housewives" cast members and that Leah's claims lack factual basis. They have threatened legal action if Leah does not retract her statements.

Leah's attorney maintained that the allegations are true and intends to pursue the case in court. She claimed that Andy's legal team was attempting to intimidate her and prevent her from engaging in legally protected activities.

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