Brandi Glanville has been cut from "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," TMZ reports. Bravo allegedly gave her the axe because of her tense relationships with other cast members on the series. It is unclear if she will return as a guest on the show.
E! News also confirmed her departure from the reality show, reporting that "it was Bravo's decision not to have Brandi return."
Glanville tweeted a message to fans hinting at some "RHOBH" news Thursday morning:
I woke up with a sore throat and a HUGE decision to make today! #RHOBH Will let you all know later I promise !!
— Brandi Glanville (@BrandiGlanville) June 18, 2015
People magazine also reported that Kim Richards and Yolanda Foster won't be returning, either.
The mother of two first appeared on Season 2 of "RHOBH" and then became a regular cast member for Season 3. During Season 5, her interactions with the other cast members became more and more contentious. She had a physical altercation with Kyle Richards, she slapped Lisa Vanderpump and she got involved in the feud between Lisa Rinna and Kim Richards over questions regarding Kim's sobriety.
In February, Glanville hinted that her future on "RHOBH" was up in the air.
“I’m not sure how much longer I have on that show,” she told In Touch magazine. “Maybe it’s not for me anymore.”
Bravo told The Huffington Post they are not commenting on casting at this time.
UPDATE: 6/24 -- Glanville confirmed her departure from "RHOBH" during her podcast, "Brandi Glanville Unfiltered" and thanked the network for the opportunity.
After a lot of careful thought and deliberation I have decided not to return to RHOBH as a full time cast member this season. The past [four] years have been amazing, a complete roller coaster of a ride. I will always be thankful to Bravo for the opportunities that have come along with doing this pop culture phenomenon of a show. In the meantime, I'm working hard on my podcast, my new wine business and my clothing line. And keep an eye out for my next adventure that will show everyone a more well-rounded side of who I really am.