Southern Charm isn’t as proper as the cast appears to be! Click through these slides to get the latest on Bravo’s fakest show yet.Part-time cast member Danni Baird recently revealed that she signed on to film during “probably the last month of filming” to support Kathryn Dennis.“The scene of Kathryn and I — it was the first or second episode — was cut and pasted I think,” she confessed to the Reality Life with Kate Casey podcast.Meanwhile, Dennis’ mom revealed that she and Thomas Ravenel lied about where they lived to be featured on the show!The exes lived together in Florida before welcoming their daughter Kensie, 3, but moved back to Charleston, South Carolina, for the show shortly after, according to court documents filed by Allison Dennis.According to the rehabbed star’s mom, they “first settled” in Edisto Island, and only moved to downtown Charleston “for the filming of the second season of Southern Charm.”Allison also claimed that Ravenel, 54, would often kick Dennis, 24, out of their home — forcing Kathryn to stay with her in Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina. Her mom refused to allow the Bravo cameras in her home, “so Kathryn moved…shortly before her son’s birth.”Craig Conover also lied to his cast members about his employment during season 3.He was forced to admit at the reunion that he never took the bar exam — because he never completed law school! He failed to hand in his final paper and never graduated, despite telling Shep Rose that he applied to take the bar exam and was in study mode.Conover, 28, finally took the bar and passed this year — just in time to defend himself against a bicyclist he hit in court.Finally, axed star Jenna King faked her entire life, according to her neighbors! They previously revealed that she never lived in the beautiful home featured on the show, and insisted that Bravo rented it for production.A childhood friend also said she lied about the town she grew up in — as she grew up in a mobile home!Are you shocked by the Southern Charm fakery? Sound off in the comments!\n\nWe pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at email@example.com, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.