"Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" veteran Camille Grammer is reportedly leaving the show for good after three seasons.
The 44-year-old ex-wife of actor Kelsey Grammer has been a recurring cast member during the show's current season. While she has made regular appearances, the reality star has not had a storyline. Grammer will reportedly skip the season three reunion show taping on Friday.
"Camille has decided not to go to the reunion taping. She wasn't on the show that much during the past season and feels there really isn't any need for to her to go," a source reportedly told RadarOnline.com.
"Camille has also told producers that she won't be returning for the fourth season. She was so thankful for the opportunity to be on the show and made some great friends, but it's just time now for her to move on," the source went on.
The news follows reports that her co-star Adrienne Maloof will also skip the reunion show after being advised by her lawyer.
Maloof was at the center of controversy at the beginning of the season after her co-star Brandi Glanville reportedly claimed the 51-year-old mother of three had secretly used a surrogate to deliver her children. The startling revelation resulted in threats of a lawsuit and the vast majority of cast members siding with Glanville, 40.
Maloof also finalized her divorce from prominent Beverly Hills plastic surgeon Paul Nassif in 2012, which is said to be more reason that she may avoid the reunion show. She reportedly sought legal advice regarding the matter.
"The idea of discussing her divorce on national television, and being attacked by Brandi Glanville, Lisa Vanderpump and Yolanda Foster has Adrienne thinking twice about whether or not she will go to the taping of the reunion on Friday night," a source told RadarOnline.com.
"Even though Adrienne is contractually obligated to go, her lawyers have told her she doesn't have to because Bravo breached the contract by revealing details of the surrogacy of her twin sons," the insider continued. "If Adrienne thought it would be a healthy environment, she wouldn't be considering not going."