‘RHOBH’ Star Kyle Richards Fired From Bravo Series; ‘Desperate’ To Get Her Job Back

By DV Pre | 1 year ago
‘RHOBH’ Star Kyle Richards Fired From Bravo Series; ‘Desperate’ To Get Her Job Back

“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Kyle Richards has been allegedly fired from the Bravo series. Several reports confirmed that the star have been axed following her sister’s, Kim, exit.

As reported by IB Times, it has been rumored that Kyle Richards was fired from “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.” The reality star, however, has sine denied such allegations and added that she’s here to stay.


“Absolutely not. I’ve heard that rumor, it pops up once or twice every year since Kim [Richards] and Kyle [Richards] started the show and no…untrue.”

In spite of her recent statement, sources close to the star told Radar Online that Kyle is actually afraid of losing her job. Rumor has it, she’s actually “desperate” and willing to do anything to keep her “RHOBH” stint.

The website further claimed that Kyle is blaming her sister Kim for her possible termination. She’s reportedly “furious” that she is dragging her career down.

“Kim’s addictions and problems have been negatively affecting her,” the source said.

“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.”

It was said that the network executives have had it with their constant sibling rivalry. Radar Online claimed that Bravo producers have long wanted to fire either Kim or Kyle.

In the end, the source held that the “RHOBH’ star would be able to pick herself up. Unlike Kim, Kyle is reportedly a “fighter” who could “make things turn her way.”

There you have it on the latest news about the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” season 6. Do you think Kyle Richards will be fired in the Bravo series? Sound off in the comments below.

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