Camille Grammer out of Real Housewives

Camille Grammer won’t be on Bravo’s The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills if it returns for a second season, so producers will have to find someone else to fight with Kyle Richards and create drama.

The Hollywood Reporter cites “a source close to production [who] confirmed that Grammer has decided that she has no interest in participating either way.”

And TMZ reports the obvious: “Camille is upset with the way she’s been portrayed on the show,” so her “lawyer and Bravo are already discussing a ‘settlement’.”

Here’s one of Camille’s greatest hits from the series:

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