'Princesses: Long Island' scene at Great Neck 9/11 memorial causes outrage

An episode of "Princesses: Long Island" has prompted outrage. In the episode, cast member Amanda Bertoncini has a questionable photo shoot at a Great Neck

The footage has been removed from future airings.

The footage has been removed from future airings. (7/3/13)

GREAT NECK - An episode of "Princesses: Long Island" has prompted outrage.

In the episode, cast member Amanda Bertoncini has a questionable photo shoot at a Great Neck park named for fallen firefighter Jonathan Ielpi, who died in the Sept. 11 attacks.

Iepi’s sister, Melissa Brengel, called the scene “unacceptable.”

Bertoncini posted an apology on her Facebook page yesterday. Bravo also issued a statement, apologizing for any distress caused to the family and to other firefighters.

The footage has been removed from future airings.

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