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Producers Demand 'RHOC' Star Gina Kirschenheiter Hire Personal Driver After DUI Drama

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Mar. 12 2019, Updated 5:49 p.m. ET

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Gina Kirschenheiter's DUI drama came to a boiling point last week when The Real Housewives of Orange County star missed a trial date, which resulted in a short-lived warrant for her arrest.

And now, has exclusively learned Gina's bosses have laid down the law — demanding she "not drive a car at all anymore!"

"They don't want her driving and bringing any more attention to this and they definitely don't want any more issues like this from her," a source spilled.

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"This is already a tense situation and the only way that would keep everyone happy is if she just uses a driver from now on like everyone else in the O.C.."

The RHOC newbie, 34, was pulled over by the Orange County Sheriff’s Dept. and taken to the Santa Ana jail where she was released at 12 pm on Jan. 31, 2019.

According to the source, the mother of three — who divorced husband Matt Kirschenheiter prior to last season's premiere — has not cut down on her drinking.

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"The fact of the matter is that Gina drinks a lot and she has not stopped drinking since the incident. But she needs to drink responsibly, which means not hopping into a car when she is wasted."

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