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Alexis Bellino Begged Bravo For Her Job Back On Real Housewives!


Oct. 24 2012, Published 10:30 a.m. ET

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Alexis Bellino’s contract negotiating skills leave a lot to be desired, according to a new report!

The Real Housewives of Orange County star was nearly dropped by Bravo after demanding a bigger salary to appear on the hit reality TV show, Star magazine is exclusively reporting.

It left Alexis, 35, begging for her job, even after she threatened to quit the show to concentrate on motherhood.

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The blonde bombshell was looking for a $100,000 pay hike to take her wages to $300,000 a-year. But, at the end of season 7, Bravo called her bluff and didn’t renew her contract, according to Star.

However, after Alexis realized that Bravo wasn’t going to give her a pay raise, she immediately pleaded with TV execs to give her another chance!

Bravo accepted her pleas and signed her up on her current salary, but the reality star has now ruffled her cast mate’s feathers.

Star magazine

“The rest of the cast thinks she’s an egomaniac and are furious,” an insider said.

As previously reported, Real Housewives co-star Tamra Barney took to her Twitter account to say that Alexis was originally lying about her reasons for quitting the show.

Alexis claimed she was tired of the drama and booze-fuelled cat fights and wanted to live a normal life. But Tamra cried BS!

“Let's just say the story I read and what I was told does not match,” Tamra tweeted on September 18.



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