Adrienne Maloof is done with the drama on the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” for good.
The Bravo star tweeted late Monday that she leaving the series after three seasons on the reality show.
“To my loyal fans... It was time to exit #RHOBH the show served as a wonderful platform, stay tuned!!” she wrote.
Maloof’s family drama has been front and center in the latest episodes of the show, and her ongoing feud with co-star Brandi Glanville has garnered a lot of media attention over the past several weeks.
But a source close to the series told FOX 411 Maloof’s departure wasn’t exactly her own decision. Maloof skipped the series’ reunion episode, taped recently, and was therefore not asked to return for the next season of the show, the source said.
And Maloof hasn’t been the only “Beverly Hills” star who isn’t playing by Bravo’s rules this season. Glanville recently dished on the housewives’ salaries to Howard Stern, and later told FOX 411 she was “in trouble” for it.
But for now, the show execs are faced with replacing Maloof, who often served as the voice of reason during the many dramatic moments in the show’s earlier seasons.
The source added that no casting decisions have been made yet on who will replace Maloof.