Beverly Hills reality star Kyle Richards has denied on Twitter that she was fired from the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, but she may not have been completely honest with her fans. Although Bravo has yet to confirm news of anyone’s firing, including Richards, a new report claims she’s panicked over the report.
According to a Radar Online report on June 6, Richards is desperate to get her job back on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and is doing whatever she can to stay on the hit series.
“Kyle is desperate to save her job. Kyle has talked to Andy Cohen and is reaching out to other network executives to lobby them to keep her on the show. Kyle is in a panic about her life. She is doing everything she can NOT to get fired.”
Richards has starred on the Beverly Hills-based series since the show began in 2010 and has held a full-time role throughout the series’ run. Richards’ older sister, Kim, has also held a full-time role, which she recently was said to have lost.
As the Inquisitr previously reported, Kim has reportedly been axed from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills following her drunken arrest at the Beverly Hills Hotel two months ago. According to an E! News report earlier this week, Richards was booted from the show after becoming a liability for the network.
“It’s possible Kim may return for a cameo, or a few appearances, but not as a full-time series regular. The fates of the rest of the housewives have not yet been decided, however we are told that most of the women are expected to return.”
Following Kim’s reported exit from the show, Richards is said to be feeling bitter towards her, reportedly believing if it wasn’t for her sobriety issues, neither of them would have allegedly lost their jobs.
“She is furious that Kim’s addictions and problems have been negatively affecting her. She doesn’t feel like it is fair to punish her for her sister’s outrageous behavior. Even if she is an addict who needs help. Kyle is a fighter and she’s no dummy. She believes she’ll be able to make things turn out the way she wants.”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 6 has yet to be officially confirmed by Bravo. However, the series typically begins filming each summer, so fans may be getting more information on Season 6 soon.
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