Peter Rosello arrest was ‘laborious’ on Alexia Echevarria


How a lot drama can one “Real Housewife” take? 

In an unique interview with Page Six, Marysol Patton revealed that “Real Housewives of Miami” co-star and BFF Alexia Echevarria had a troublesome time processing the information of her son Peter Rosello’s arrest for home violence. 

“That was hard for her, obviously,” Patton, 55, stated, explaining that she checked in with Echevarria, 54, over textual content after the alleged incident made headlines. 

“I said, ‘I know that you probably just want to shut the world off and your phone is blowing up. You call me when you feel better.’ So we kind of spoke a few days later.”

Rosello was taken into custody on Jan. 6 and charged with a battery misdemeanor. His bond was set at $1,500 and he was finally launched from jail. 

When Patton finally related with Echevarria, she was impressed by her bestie’s show of power.

“She felt better,” the Patton Group founder stated, explaining that Echevarria’s frame of mind improved as soon as Rosello “was out.”

Marysol PattonMarysol Patton completely informed Page Six that Peter Rosello’s arrest was “hard” on mother Alexia Echevarria. Getty Images

Page Six completely reported that Rosello was booked on Jan. 6 at 2 a.m. and charged with a battery misdemeanor, along with his bond set at $1,500. Rosello was cuffed after being accused of slapping and kicking his girlfriend throughout a home dispute. 

According to Patton, although, there may be extra to the story that the general public might quickly uncover, through Echevarria. 

“She actually had some very interesting information on exactly what really happened,” she informed us. “So, I’m sure she’ll explain.” 

As the arrest performed out within the press, a heated two-on-one argument between Rosello, Echevarria and her now-husband, Todd Nepola, aired on Peacock’s “RHOM” reboot. 

Nepola, 49, criticized mom and son for perceived missteps in the best way they’ve cared for Frankie Rosello through the years. Echevarria’s youthful little one and Peter’s little brother, 24, has undergone in depth remedy — even having to relearn tips on how to stroll and discuss — after struggling an almost deadly automobile accident in 2011. 

“I had so much pain in my heart,” Patton stated of her response to the scene, which started with a heated alternate between Peter and Nepola earlier than Echevarria entered the room with Frankie to share her ideas on the state of affairs. 

Alexia Echevarria and son Peter RoselloEchevarria’s eldest son has appeared on Peacock’s reboot of “The Real Housewives of Miami.”Alexander Tamargo

“I was crying when I saw her and Frankie hiding in the kitchen, listening to their conversation. It was killing me. They were just like these two little birds holding on to each other, just peering in, watching this really difficult situation. It’s really hard to watch.”

Ultimately, the trio discovered decision and hugged it out. 

“That’s a testament to who Alexia is as a person and who she is as a mother. She will do whatever it takes to make sure that everything’s OK and that there’s peace in her family,” Patton stated of Echevarria, who shares Peter and Frankie with ex Peter Rosello Sr. 

“Miami” cameras have captured Echevarria’s seek for inner peace, too. Patton supported her pal as she sought closure by assembly with the key homosexual lover of her late ex-husband, Herman Echevarria, who died in 2016. 

“The whole thing threw me off. I’m like, ‘No way, this whole other life was going on? No way.’ I was in shock. And I wouldn’t have gone to meet him, I wouldn’t have wanted to know anything,” Patton stated. “When she explained to me why she wanted to meet him, then I understood and it made sense to me.”

Alexia revealed that she finally discovered therapeutic after an in depth off-camera dialog with Herman’s associate, who answered questions on their relationship intimately over the course of 4 hours. 

Herman and Alexia EchevarriaAlexia Echevarria’s ex-husband, Herman Echevarria — whom Patton thought of “family” — died in 2016. Aaron Davidson

“She knew that this person would be able to tell her if Herman was happy in the end of his life and that’s all that mattered to her,” stated Patton, who turned misty-eyed whereas remembering Herman, whom she thought of “family.”

“I was like, ‘Wow, that’s beautiful. We need to know that Herman was happy and OK at the end. He was a good guy. He took care of everybody,” she continued. “Thinking about him just kind of takes me back. There are so many people from the past that I miss.”

At the highest of that listing is Patton’s mom, Elsa, who handed away at age of 84 in 2019.

During the unique run of “RHOM” from 2011-2013, the beloved matriarch — higher recognized to followers as “Mama Elsa” — gained a passionate following for her vibrant persona, witty remarks, psychic skills and most notably, the unremitting love she had for her daughter. 

“When I watched the opening [of ‘RHOM’ Season 4] and I heard her voice, I broke down crying,” stated Patton, who “wasn’t expecting” to listen to her mom’s musings about Magic City set the tone for the collection’ newest installment. “[It was] very emotional for me.”

Mama ElsaFans fell in love with Patton’s late mom, “Mama Elsa,” throughout the unique run of “RHOM” on Bravo from 2011-2013.NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal through

Patton stated that she is touched by the best way “everybody remembers” Elsa a decade after she made her actuality TV debut.   

“I think that it’s helping her be a brighter, happier spirit with all this love coming up to her,” she stated. 

Patton additionally famous {that a} clairvoyant buddy has not too long ago delivered messages from Elsa: She is guiding her daughter’s “RHOM” reprisal and approves of her husband, Steve McNamara, whom the publicist wed in 2021. 

“He was talking to me in my mother’s voice, saying, ‘I love that man you’re with. He’s so good. And I’m so happy I’m the voice of reason amongst all that nonsense [on ‘RHOM’]. Apparently, she’s happy about it [all].”

“The Real Housewives of Miami” is obtainable to stream on Peacock. 

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