After a disastrous season as the new lady on The Real Housewives of Orange County Peggy Sulahian announced that she was leaving the show, failing to mention what RadarOnline.com readers already knew – she was fired from the OG Bravo franchise.
“What an exciting experience it was to be part of The Real Housewives of Orange County! It was an honor to be the 100th housewife and to be part of the Bravo family,” Sulahian, 44, wrote on her Instagram page on February 13, 2018.
“I am extremely proud of being the 1st Armenian-American Housewife and sharing my culture with the world.”
As Radar readers already knew, Sulahian made enemies with many of the women on the show, including Shannon Beador and Meghan King Edmonds, who called out her ever-changing cancer story.
“While I faced and conquered many challenges, I’m grateful for the opportunity to share my story and spread awareness of breast cancer,” Sulahian wrote.
“Dealing with the disease and the passing of my father challenged me to reassess and reflect on my life, and I’ve realized what’s most important is leading a healthy and happy life, surrounded by people who care and love you. At this point, moving on seemed like the right thing to do. A few new ventures have availed themselves, and I look forward to sharing them with you soon!”
Not so fast, Sulahian.
“Peggy had to find out from other people that they started filming the season already without her,” an insider previously told Radar.
“None of the ladies wanted to work with her anymore,” a source snitched.
“After the reunion they were just done with her. She is not who she said she was and no one buys her B.S.”
“The other women cannot stand Peggy. She has started so many fights with the ladies that were absolutely outrageous and unnecessary,” a source claimed.
And that was just the icing on the cake for Peggy, as Radar was the first to report that she was accused by multiple people of being “homophobic” after having her own brother, fashion designer Pol’ Atteu, kicked out of their father’s funeral because he is gay.
She denied the claims but was soon out of the OG show.
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