Lisa Vanderpump Wants Kyle & Kim Richards Booted From 'Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills'


Jun. 3 2013, Published 8:46 p.m. ET

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Uh oh! Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Lisa Vanderpump wants one-time BFF Kyle Richards and her sister Kim booted from the Bravo hit reality show, and is trying to make both of the ladies miserable this season, is exclusively reporting

Filming recently began on the fourth season and the claws "came out early when Lisa and Brandi (Glanville) confronted Kyle and hubby Mauricio Umansky, and made catty comments about their marriage. It made Kyle extremely uncomfortable, and she couldn't believe when they approached Mauricio separately, and had another go at him," a show insider told

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"It came out of nowhere, and Kyle was just stunned. This isn't about about two friends concerned about another pal's marriage...Lisa has made it known she wants Kyle and Kim off of the show. She wanted to be the last original housewife on the show."

As first reported, in the aftermath of the confrontation, Kyle threatened to quit the show.

The interaction was brutal and when it was over the hit show almost lost Kyle.


Kyle was “so upset and disgusted after the confrontation, that she called producers of the show, and told them she wanted out,” a source previously told

The Bravo insider revealed, "Lisa did the same thing to Adrienne Maloof last season. She gets Brandi to do all of her dirty work. Lisa is a master manipulator, and now that she is no longer BFF's with Kyle, she has no use for her, and wants her gone."

Meanwhile, Lisa wants Kyle's sis, Kim, off the show, "only because they are related," the source said.



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