Yet another Real Housewife is hanging up her spurs!
Kyle Richards BFF, Faye Resnick, has told friends she won’t be accepting an offer to become a full-time The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member — and will not be appearing in any future episodes, because the hit show is ruining her life!
“Faye is a tough cookie, so for her to say that things have become so bad that she is finished with the show, is a big development,” a source tells Radar. “She’s a very successful interior designer and being on the show is just bad for business — not to mention the fact that Faye says it is ruining her life.
“After the episodes aired in which she got into an argument with Brandi Glanville and Lisa Vanderpump, Faye started getting all these hateful, nasty tweets — it was just absolutely shocking to her that people are so emotionally invested in the show, and are bold enough to say such ugly and mean things.
“Faye was being courted to replace Adrienne Maloof next season. Lisa and Brandi need someone to fight and spar with now that Adrienne is gone. Producers are extremely disappointed Faye won’t be back next season because the drama is ratings gold — but, quite frankly, it just isn’t worth it for her to be on the show.”
As we previously reported, Glanville ripped into Resnick on her blog recently, saying she’s “disgusted” by the 55-year-old and slammed her claim that a naked Brandi was caught hooking up with a mystery man in the bathroom during Kyle’s white party.
“Faye, Faye, Faye. I think that she just makes things up in her head to get camera time,” Glanville wrote. “I wasn’t found naked in a bathroom in any way shape or form. I simply had a ten-second, fully clothed makeout session with a hot man. The only person that walked in was Lisa and she pulled me out of the bathroom by my ear like a good mum. (BTW I dated that hot man for six months after ‘bathroom gate’. We are still close friends, in fact he is my real estate agent!)”
Meanwhile, Resnick’s decision to quit the Real Housewives is bound to cause yet more headaches for show producers, who, as Radar exclusively revealed are already struggling to attract new talent to appear on the televised bitchfest.
“Several women who have been approached have turned Bravo down because they don’t want to become the latest target for all the bitchiness!” a source said.