Camille Grammer And Adrienne Maloof Depart 'Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills'
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills will be without stars Camille Grammer and Adrienne Maloof for its fourth season. It’s also been reported that neither of them will be seen in the reunion special that was taped on Friday.
"There were some good times and some not so good times, but it's very hard to live your life out on the screen," a source told People, referencing Grammer’s divorce from Kelsey Grammer, which played out on the show's first season. This marks the second time that Grammer has announced she'd be leaving the show.
Maloof’s departure is riddled with more scandal, with speculation surfacing that the housewife may have been fired because of tardiness and her constant issues. Last season, Maloof had a secret revealed by fellow housewife Brandy Glanville on camera. Glanville exposed the fact that Maloof’s twins were born via a surrogate. With Maloof’s recent divorce settlement with Paul Nassif including a gag order, continuing to be on the reality show could have been a potentially risky gamble.
Maloof took to Twitter on Monday to confirm the end of her run on RHOBH. “To my loyal fans… It was time to exit #RHOBH the show served as a wonderful platform, stay tuned!! xoxoA,” she tweeted.