In the last season of ‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,’ Camille Grammer didn’t go to rehab, go under the knife, or call anyone a ‘slut pig.’ She really hasn’t been pulling her weight. Because I'm pretty sure it's part of their contract to do at least one of those three things.
So apparently, Bravo executives didn’t want her to be a part of the main cast and limited her role to guest appearances. Camille said screw that and decided to quit, according to RadarOnline.
“Camille was miffed that she was only being asked to come back as an occasional guest, and not part of the regular cast," a source close to the situation revealed. "Camille feels like producers are retaliating against her because in season one she was portrayed as the villain, but during season two, as her life calmed down because most of her divorce drama was finished, she was in a much better place, and very happy. “
The source continued: “Camille doesn't need to be on the show and she turned down the offer. She thanked the producers for putting her on the show and she is moving on with her life."
Meanwhile, Camille and her ex-husband, Kelsey Grammer, have reached a custody agreement over their two kids, and she’s since been dating Greek lawyer Dimitri Charalambopoulos.
A friend says: "Camille doesn't regret doing the show, but it definitely took its toll on her. She is happy to have her life back, and not be under that microscope anymore. Camille is very busy with her two children and her boyfriend, and she wants to produce a television series. She is going to be just fine."