Summer House fans think Ciara Miller should be fired for assaulting Danielle Olivera

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‘Summer House’ fans saw a nasty fight on the latest episode of the Bravo reality show, and some viewers think action should be taken – now.

Subsequently “That’s not Amore” A love Italian dinner hosted by Andrea Denver turned into one of the ugliest fights ever seen on Bravo.

After Ciara Miller confronted Lindsay Hubbard for inviting their mutual liaison partner, Austen Kroll, to spend the night in her room, Hubbard’s best friend, Danielle Olivera, joined the conversation and things quickly escalated, with Ciara eventually kissing her Face screamed before throwing a wine glass right at Danielle’s chest.

Danielle retaliated by throwing a glass back at Ciara as the “To Be Continued” message appeared on the screen.

Danielle Olivera spoke about the violent incident

In an interview with us weeklyDanielle revealed that the wine glass actually “splintered” on her chest.

“And the truth is, the next day I saw bruises — like I had bruises,” she said. “Craig [Conover] who was there that weekend, he said, ‘Oh my god, I pulled you away so hard.’ … No, the bruises were from the wine glass she threw at me and smashed against my sternum. i’m not okay I do not agree.”

Danielle also opened up for entertainment tonight to reveal that she began “hyperventilating” after the incident.

“I was very upset and needed to be calmed off camera,” she revealed. “I almost wanted to pack my bags and get out of there. … The next morning I had a big bruise on my chest, and I thought it was because Craig pulled me back … and then when I looked again, I didn’t realize the glass had been thrown right at my breast bone became. And that was probably more of the reason why I had that bruise.”

Danielle added that the wine glass she threw at Ciara was “downward” and not thrown directly at her. She said the incident still bothers her “one hundred percent” nearly a year later and that she will never be friends with Ciara.

“Those feelings haven’t gone away,” Danielle said, noting that Ciara only apologized to her on camera and never reached out to her privately.

“If she really cared about something, she would have texted me. She would have sent me a DM. She would have called me. She would have done anything else,” Danielle added. “After watching the replay at normal speed – and then in slow motion – how can you not have the common courtesy and decency to just turn up to someone and say, ‘Hey, I didn’t even know I was doing this have done. Again, am I really sorry?’ anything! Any kind of dialogue, any kind of conversation, I would have a lot more respect for her.”

Some viewers think Ciara should be fired from Summer House

BravoPictured: (l-r) Paige DeSorbo, Luke Gulbranson, Andrea Denver, Carl Radke, Mya Allen, Danielle Olivera, Ciara Miller, Kyle Cooke, Amanda Batula, Lindsay Hubbard, Alex Wach.

Taking to social media, some fans noted that while Danielle should have stayed out of her co-stars’ argument, Ciara should have been fired by Bravo for her violent act.

“100% Team Danielle”, a fan wrote on Instagram. “Ciara, there is ZERO room for violence and should be fired. No tolerance for physical violence. Let’s see what consequences, if any, she gets.”

Some fans tagged Bravo host Andy Cohen in their comments as they demanded that Ciara be locked out of the summer reality show.

“@andy Why wasn’t Ciara fired for assault?” one viewer asked. “The glass she threw at Danielle that shattered on her chest could have seriously hurt her.”

“Ciara needs to be fired. Look how close that glass was to Danielle’s face!” Another wrote on twitter.

Other asked Cohen on why Bravo allows inter-actor violence.

“Ciara should be fired. Physical violence is unacceptable… @BravoTV @Andy sick to condone that,” another wrote.

As of this writing, Ciara has not addressed the fight on social media.

CONTINUE READING: The reason Craig Conover won’t be watching Summer House Summer House fans think Ciara Miller should be fired for assaulting Danielle Olivera

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