Camille Grammer's Husband Gives Star Ultimatum: It’s Me Or 'RHOBH!'
Just weeks after Camille Grammer's Malibu home burned to the ground, her new marriage is close to flaming out as well, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.
Grammer's lawyer husband David C. Meyer is uncomfortable in The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills spotlight, a source has said.
As RadarOnline.com readers know, the Bravoblonde, 50, married Meyer at a private beach club in Hawaii last October.
“This is my next chapter. I’m so excited to start our life together,” she said at the time. “I love the way he loves me.”
But just three months later, insiders say Meyer is no fan of his new role as a “househusband,” and is ready to bolt!
“The marriage is on the rocks,” the source told RadarOnline.com. “(David) isn’t fond of the pressures of the show and never wanted to be on camera. He thinks she takes the show too seriously and it spills over into their personal life.”
The marriage endured major stress when their house burned down in the Woolsey Canyon California wildfire, just days after the lavish wedding. Since then, the two increasingly have been bickering, especially over money and finances, according to RadarOnline.com's sources.
“Camille is the one who has the money, not David. She bought her own engagement ring and used her celebrity to get free stuff for their wedding,” a second insider said.
According to the source, the union was never about love, but more for publicity. Grammer starred on RHOBH full time for the first two seasons but is currently in a “friend” role. What better way to get back to full-time status than with a wedding and newlywed drama?
But as Grammer focuses more on her reality fame, she may get more than she bargained for in the drama department.
“David has given her an ultimatum: him or the show,” the insider said. “Camille is extremely sensitive. There are worries her marriage won’t survive the show.”
It may make for must-see TV, but for Grammer, the former wife of Frasier actor Kelsey, the stressful situation is taking its toll.
“Friends feel sorry for Camille,” the insider said. “She is a kind person with a good heart who can’t seem to catch a break in the man department.”
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