"We're going to support her by being silent," fellow New York City star Alex McCord tells PEOPLE

By Shruti Dhalwala
November 22, 2010 01:30 PM
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Sonja Morgan may be going through some financial hardships after filing for bankruptcy recently, but the Real Housewives of New York City star has the support (and silence) of her costars.

“She’ll be fine,” Ramona Singer told PEOPLE at GLAAD’s OutAuction in New York. “She’s a great girl.”

As for her other castmates, well, they’re being supportive by staying mum.

“The first person to speak about [the bankruptcy] has to be Sonja,” Alex McCord said. “We love her and adore her and we’re going to support her by being silent.

Morgan, whose bankruptcy filing listed $19.8 million in debt, still seems to be staying positive, saying at the time, “My current monthly income including support is about $26,000 per month. And I expect this income to improve as new opportunities materialize.”