finale, where he addressed Louie Ruelas' claims that he was hired to dig up dirt on Teresa Giudice's castmates.Tuesday's episode, titled «Flappers of Fury,» saw an impassioned Ruelas tell his wife and several guests at Dolores Catania's prohibition party that Dietl «knows s**t about everybody in this room.»«I'm not talking, like, gossip,» Ruelas continued on Tuesday. «Like, Bo Dietl, who's, like, one of the most famous private investigators in the country, one of my best friends, brought me information on each person in this group.
There's so much more.»Dietl shot down those claims, telling ET it «never happened.»«The fact is, look, I know Louie and Teresa, I've known 'em for a long time, over the years.
I've known them very well, I've been to their home for their housewarming of their home. I'm not part of this stuff,» Dietl maintained. «All I really know is, I like Louie and I like Teresa.
Now, all of a sudden, he gets into a beef with his brother-in-law, and the next thing he opens his mouth, and the brother-in-law knows he knows me, so what is he gonna say? 'I got the most famous private investigator — I got dirt on every one of yous.' It was all bologna and it never happened.»Ruelas, who was in the audience for Guidice's appearance on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen following Tuesday's finale, ultimately backtracked those claims, admitting to both his wife and host Andy Cohen, that he lied about the alleged dirt that Dietl had on the cast.«I was at the end of my rope,» Ruelas admitted, following a heated exchange over rumors that Guidice's sister-in-law, Melissa Gorga cheated on her husband, Joe. «It was a long season.