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Playing Hardball! ‘RHOBH’ Cast Members Band Together To Demand Pay Raises For Next Season — Will Bravo Give In Or Fire Them All?

RHOBH Battling Over Money

Jun. 18 2015, Published 6:52 a.m. ET

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Reality is setting in for the producers of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. With the deadline to finalize next season fast approaching, a source who works in production for Bravo’s hit show, told "everyone is frantic" — because several of the series’ top stars are demanding more cash!

"The higher-ups are just trying to get contracts signed right now, but several of the veteran housewives are requesting significant pay raises," the network insider tells exclusively.

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As previously reported, after firing Kim Richards when she suffered another relapse while at her daughter’s wedding in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, several other members of the cast have been contemplating their future on the show.

Kim’s sister, Kyle Richards, has begged and pleaded to keep her position and, although her job is safe at the moment, she is still in talks with TV Land for another show based on her famous upbringing and may decide to leave RHOBH on her own accord.

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"Bravo is not 100 percent sure if Kyle is going to return right now and with the loss of Kim and potentially another housewife, it could mean the end of the show," the insider tells

"No one knows how well RHOBH’s audience will take to two or more housewives leaving and they think it could spell disaster."

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