Faye Resnick was recently forced to contact police after receiving death threats and although the matter is being investigated, there are currently no suspects.
The reality TV villain, 59, who often appears on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," was reportedly left shaken after finding a chilling note on her vehicle which was parked outside of her Los Angeles home, according to TMZ.com.
The reported threats follow weeks of backlash which Resnick has received over her appearance on the hit Bravo reality TV show. During a recent episode, Resnick confronted reality TV star Brandi Glanville, 40, over a dispute involving another housewife, Adrienne Maloof.
Glanville, a former model, was reduced to tears after being attacked by Resnick during a dinner party that was hosted by Glanville's co-star Kyle Richards. Richards, who is a very close friend of Resnick's, was forced to comfort Glanville after Resnick lambasted her in an attempt to defend Maloof.
"Kyle brought her pit bull-slash-puppet Faye 'Rancid' in to attack me about events and things she had nothing to do with and wasn't even present for," Glanville wrote in a recent blog post. "It was very obvious she was fighting someone else's fight for the simple need for attention, which has been very clear since 1994."
Glanville appeared to be taking a swipe at Resnick's controversial past. She is most known for testifying against O.J. Simpson during his infamous 1995 murder trial months before going off to pose nude for Playboy.
Frustrated viewers may be subject to further disappointment as new reports suggest that Resnick is now an official housewife. Realitywives.net claims that Bravo TV executive have since cast Resnick as a permanent housewife and if the report proves accurate, Resnick will join the likes of Glanville and Lisa Vanderpump as a permanent fixture on the popular show.
To see a clip of Resnick's confrontation, click below (WARNING: Adult language).