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In The Doghouse! 'RHOBH' Cast Want Kim Richards' Dog Banned From Filming After Violent Attacks

Kim Richards Pit Bull

Jan. 26 2015, Updated 2:01 p.m. ET

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For once, the ladies of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills aren't complaining to producers about each other! Instead, has learned, they've banded together to demand that producers to ban Kim Richards' pit bull, Kingsley, from future filming after the dog's recent attacks.

Kingsley was featured on previous episodes of the show. But after the dog attacked Kim's friend Kay Rozario, and then Kyle Richards' daughter, Alexia, in November, "The cast wants to make sure that none of them become the next victim!" an insider told Radar. "They have asked producers to ban Kingsley from any future filming, including the upcoming reunion."

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"The dog isn't safe to be around anyone, and the last thing the show needs is a scandal from a dog bite," the source continued. "If there is any talk of Kingsley coming to the reunion, the cast won't be anywhere near him."

Meanwhile, the doggy drama is taking its toll on the cast's relationships.

Kyle hosted a birthday luncheon at The Palm in Beverly Hills recently, which was attended by her best friend, Faye Resnick, and co-stars Eileen Davidson and Camille Grammer. But the happy ladies day out was marred by a giant elephant in the room — her sister Kim was MIA.

Kyle Richards

"Kim not attending her sister's birthday party was impossible to ignore, especially since some of the other housewives were there," a source told Radar.

The reason for her absence? Said the source, "Kyle's friends were whispering that Kim hadn't been invited because of ongoing tensions over the dog attack."

But it's not all bad news for other four legged pooches, however, including Lisa Vanderpump's beloved dog, Giggy. "Giggy is always welcome at any of the RHOBH events," the source said. "He is so well behaved and is a part of the production family."



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