Adrienne Maloof Quits RHOBH!

Adrienne Maloof

Adrienne Maloof has been on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills since the first Season, and TMZ is reporting Adrienne has QUIT RHOBH! Sources close to Adrienne tell TMZ she has had multiple talks with the show’s producers and executives over the past few months, and has discussed her desire to leave the show. Viewers aren’t surprised, as Season 3 of RHOBH has been a roller-coaster for Adrienne… and it’s not even over. The show has yet to capture her split from Paul Nassif.

Season 3 has chronicled Adrienne’s ongoing battle with co-stars Brandi Glanville and Lisa Vanderpump, and as we previously reported, Adrienne tried to quit RHOBH in the middle of filming! However, Adrienne was unable to walk away from the show due to her contract with Bravo.

TMZ reports Adrienne believes the intrusiveness of the show has “ruined” her family and personal life. The site reports Adrienne’s decision to leave the show has nothing to do with finances (she’s worth millions), fighting with Brandi Glanville, or her divorce from Paul Nassif.

Truthfully, Adrienne may be one step ahead of the producers. It’s been reported she and Taylor Armstrong are on the chopping block and their replacements are already being scouted. As we previously reported, former “Extra” host Dayna Devon is currently a front-runner, along with Rod Stewart’s wife, Penny Lancaster.

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