The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills standout Lisa Vanderpump is refusing to film with her costars, and RadarOnline.com has learned this could be the end of the road for the mogul — but she's not getting fired, a production source insisted.
"If Lisa does decide to leave the show, it will be on her own terms," the source said. "Lisa would never, ever be fired from housewives. If she leaves, it is 100 percent by choice."
Though she's considering saying goodbye to the show that made her a reality fan-favorite, she will remain on her other hit Vanderpump Rules, and will continue working on other projects she has with Bravo, the source explained.
In addition to feuding with her former friends, Vanderpump feels like her time on the show has run its course, and served its purpose.
"She got what she wanted out of it, which was a huge platform to create some real change in the world," the source said. "Saving those poor dogs from being slaughtered and and her worldwide campaign Stop Yulin Forever will always be Lisa's legacy."
Although Vanderpump has not officially confirmed her exit, her recent actions indicate she no longer wants to be part of the franchise that made her famous.
However, as Radar exclusively reported, it was longtime pal Dorit Kemsley's dog drama that ignited the latest fight.
As Radar first reported, Kemsley adopted a dog named Lucy from Vanderpump Pets. After Lucy allegedly nipped one of her children, Kemsley, 42, gave the dog to a shelter, which left Vanderpump furious.
After Radar broke the news, Vanderpump's costars accused her of leaking stories to Radar, which boss Dylan Howard denied.
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