Luann de Lesseps isn’t taking prosecutors’ allegations that she violated her probation lightly.
The “Real Housewives of New York” star is asking a Palm Beach County, Fla., judge to order prosecutors to turn over all of their evidence that pertains to their claims, per court documents obtained by Page Six on Friday. The evidence she is requesting includes drug test results.
Page Six previously reported that she is due back in court on May 23 over the matter.
De Lesseps’ Florida-based probation officer first accused her of not taking her probation seriously earlier this month after she admitted to drinking two mimosas following a cabaret performance in Chicago. De Lesseps, 53, also refused to enroll in an outpatient treatment program or be outfitted for an alcohol intake monitor at that time.
She also failed to provide sufficient documentation to her probation officer of her completed AA meetings, which is a stipulation of her plea deal.
The reality star was first arrested in Palm Beach on Christmas Eve 2017 following a drunken stupor where she attacked and threatened to kill a police officer. She checked into rehab shortly after and skipped the “RHONY” Season 10 reunion taping. She checked into rehab a second time in September after her children filed a lawsuit against her to stop her from selling their Sag Harbor home.
Her children later dropped the suit.
“I take my sobriety very seriously and like many in my situation, it is a daily struggle,” she previously told us in a statement. “I remain committed to doing whatever it takes to continue living a healthy sober lifestyle.”