She is a celebrity relationship expert used to offering advice.
Now Siggy Flicker has come out with a devastating take down of her Season 7 cast mates on the Real Housewives Of New Jersey.
The 50-year-old beauty told DailyMail.com on Monday: 'This show has exposed me to the consequences of being around people who lack compassion, empathy and tolerance. These people are poison to your life.'
This is a sharp contrast from when she began the season and said she 'loved' her co-stars.
'They forgot where they came from and some in my opinion have entitlement issues. When I counsel people who have been victimized, I highlight the need to get rid of toxic people in their lives,' the beauty added.
'Unfortunately, some circumstances make it impossible to walk away, and in those situations I make sure they know to stand their ground and show that toxicity will never win.'
Siggy's extraordinary statement pretty much ensures that sparks will fly when Teresa Giudice, Melissa Gorga and Dolores Catania return for Season 8 of the Bravo reality show on October 4.
Season 7 Housewife Jacqueline Laurita is out and has been replaced by Margaret Josephs.
And Siggy, a mother-of-two who is married to car dealer Michael Campanella, issued a warning to her cast mates in the upcoming season.
'There are a lot of sharks on this show and in life; people who circle around you as predators and are prepared to attack at any moment,' she dished.
'I deal with these toxic sharks the same way I advise my clients on how to deal with bullies. You don't back down. You don't swim away.
'The point I'm trying to make is that you must stand up for something or you will fall for anything. I practice what I preach, and I do not back down. I am a passionate person and I will not compromise my values.'
The beautiful brunette, who was born in Israel in 1967 during the six-day war and raised from the age of five in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, ended by thanking the show for giving her a 'powerful voice' to help people.
'Stand up for something and you will not fall for anything,' Siggy insisted. 'By doing this, you will give hope to the next generation, and they will live in a better world than we live today.'