Adrienne Maloof’s Estranged Hubby Paul Nassif Banned From RHOBH Premiere Party!

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Oct. 21 2012, Published 1:00 p.m. ET

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By Alexis Tereszcuk - Entertainment Editor

The ladies of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills put their claws away for one night to celebrate the new season of their hit reality show and with all of the drama surrounding Adrienne Maloof and her divorce from Paul Nassif exclusively learned that he was banned from the party.

Camille Grammer, Kyle and Kim Richards, Lisa Vanderpump, Taylor Armstrong, Brandi Glanville and Yolanda Hadid were all dripping in jewels and poured into their fanciest frocks as they partied by Adrienne’s side with Paul noticeably absent.

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“Adrienne did not want Paul at the party and she made sure that he knew that he was not invited,” a source close the reality star told Paul has been on the show since the beginning and this season wrapped filming just as the couple’s separation was reported by

“She even had extra security in case Paul tried to crash the party,” the source said about Adrienne.

Adrienne and Paul are going through a nasty divorce and she did not want him to come to the party and cause any trouble or start a public fight the source revealed.

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“Bravo was filming at the party and Adrienne was afraid that Paul would show up and argue with her and she didn’t want him to embarrass her.”

The new season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills premieres on November 5.


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