Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa Vanderpump is at war with the cast and refusing to film with her co-stars, according to a new report. Does this mean the restaurateur is leaving the popular reality show?
An insider insists that Bravo will not fire Vanderpump, and the only way she won’t be on RHOBH is if she leaves on her own.
“If Lisa does decide to leave the show, it will be on her own terms,” the source said. “Lisa would never, ever be fired from housewives. If she leaves, it is 100 percent by choice.”
— Real Housewives (@RHOGossip) October 31, 2018
The insider went on to explain that Vanderpump might be considering leaving the show that made her a reality star, but she will stay with Vanderpump Rules and will also work on the other projects she has with Bravo.
Vanderpump has recently been feuding with her co-stars, but that isn’t the only reason she is considering calling it quits. She also feels like her time on RHOBH has run its course, and she has served her purpose.
The source says that Vanderpump has gotten what she wants out of the show – a huge platform to create some change in the world. Vanderpump’s worldwide campaign “Stop Yulin Forever,” and her passion for stopping dog slaughter will always be her legacy.
According to Radar Online, Vanderpump has not officially left RHOBH, but the fact that she is refusing to film with the rest of the cast is an indication that she doesn’t want to be a part of the franchise anymore. She skipped out on Camille Grammer’s recent wedding, and she was also a no-show at Kyle Richard’s annual Halloween party last weekend.
— Lisa Vanderpump (@LisaVanderpump) November 1, 2018
For weeks, rumors have swirled that this all started after Vanderpump’s longtime friend Dorit Kemsley adopted a dog from Vanderpump Pets. But, after the dog nipped one of Kemsley’s children, she gave it to her friend that took the dog to a shelter, and that made Vanderpump furious.
Vanderpump’s co-stars have also accused her of leaking stories to Radar Online, but their boss Dylan Howard has denied those allegations.
Lisa Vanderpump has continued to film at her home, restaurants, and at charity events. And, she has filmed individually with some cast members. But, her future with the show is still uncertain.
New episodes of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills will return to Bravo in early 2019.