Radar told you first!
"I think they've made it pretty impossible for me to go back frankly," she told the outletwhen asked if she would return next season. "So ... no."
"Lisa will not be returning to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," a source close to Lisa confirmed to Radar. "She's moving on to bigger and better things."
Radar first reported the star's plans to step away after eight years onscreen in November. A source claimed she was fed up over the falling out from her former best friends Kyle Richards and Dorit Kemsley, in addition to her brother's tragic death early last year.
The drama all started with Radar's bombshell exclusive about Lisa and Dorit's fight over a Vanderpump Pets shelter dog. Though the women accused Lisa of leaking the story to Radar, Radar vehemently denied the claims.
Though she initially considered filming the season reunion, Lisa will not be attending the taping this week, a source confirmed to Radar.
"She was considering doing the reunion, but at the end of the day, she realized she is done with that part of her life," the source explained.
Despite the drama, Lisa is still raising awareness for The Trevor Project.
In an exclusive statement to Radar, Lisa said, "As we kick off National Gay Pride Month I’m so honored to once again lend my voice to The TREVOR PROJECT. They have been the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ youth under 25 since 1998."
"Today, nearly one out of four pre- and early teen suicides were among LGBTQ youth – we ALL must to more to change this narrative and provide the emotionally support, understanding and positive reinforcement that our youth warrant and deserve."
Lisa will still remain in the spotlight despite her bombshell exit. Aside from her work with the LGBTQ community, Lisa is still working with the Vanderpump Dog Foundation and starring on Vanderpump Rules.