Sonja the wed­ding slinger

New York Post - - NEWS -

RECK­LESS “Real House­wife” Sonja Mor­gan got rowdy at “Mil­lion Dol­lar List­ing” star Josh Flagg’s pre-wed­ding din­ner in LA late last week, caus­ing some se­ri­ous dam­age to the groom-to-be’s face.

“She pulled Josh’s jacket when he walked by, and he fell face-first into the ta­ble. They had to put makeup over the gash on his fore­head for the wed­ding pic­tures.” Ouch.

Flagg, who clearly has a for­giv­ing na­ture, wed Bobby Boyd at the Beverly Hills Ho­tel. He tells us, “Sonja and I have been great friends for many years, and any wounds she may or may not have in­flicted on me are well wel­comed. I love her dearly.”

Mor­gan claimed that Flagg fell over as he tried to look at her neck­lace, and she lit­er­ally had to save him by — ahem — “grab­bing him by the balls.”

She ex­plained the in­jury oc­curred af­ter too many drinks at a pre-wed­ding cel­e­bra­tion. Mor­gan said, “We’d all had din­ner first. It was sev­eral cour­ses and wines at Tao, then we went over to the Beverly Hills Ho­tel, where ev­ery­one was stay­ing. We were all hang­ing out, and Josh leaned over to look at my di­a­mond-and-pearl neck­lace, but he un­for­tu­nately tripped over and I had to lit­er­ally catch him by his balls.”

She con­tin­ued, “Yes, it is true I had to grab him right be­tween the legs, and held him up by the balls. He’s a tiny thing so it wasn’t hard. He may have banged his head, but it wasn’t bad.

“His hus­band im­me­di­ately called it a night and we went home straight af­ter that. Know­ing me and Josh, it prob­a­bly looked worse than it was. It was a long evening and we’d had a lot of wine and food.

She ad­mit­ted, “He had a lit­tle nick on his face, but if you look at the wed­ding pic­tures, he was fine and he looks great.

“That’s just the way we roll. He is the male ver­sion of me. We just have that crass, bawdy sense of hu­mor with each other. I am so happy that Josh and Bobby found each other.”

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