“She did not get fired, and she did not quit because of Bethenny Frankel,” a source revealed.
Instead, Radziwill, 54, “is just moving on” and “in talks to get her own show that's more of her brand, more in line with her news and journalism background,” the insider told RadarOnline.com.
And despite all the rumors flying around, the source insisted none of Radziwill’s former reality costars is necessarily at fault for her departure.
“It’s just the culture of the show — there is no catfight,” the source explained. “It got so toxic. There's one woman in rehab; one who can't control her temper. She doesn't fit into that.”
“Carole builds women up, she doesn’t tear women down,” continued the insider, who noted Radziwill also understands “real trauma and loss” because she lost her two best friends and her husband in one summer.
As for her onetime close friend, Frankel, added the source, “She has always been there for Bethenny and wants the best for her.”
So when can fans expect to watch Radziwill in her new venture?
“Nothing is set in stone yet,” said the source, “but it’s in development.”
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