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‘RHOBH’ Cast Ready To Wage War Against Newbie Denise Richards!

Feb. 25 2019, Updated 11:47 a.m. ET

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Denise Richards better be ready for a fight!

A show insider exclusively told RadarOnline.com that Real Housewives of Beverly Hills producers were worried the show’s veterans were going to be “too timid” with Richards when shooting starts because of her celebrity status, so they made a point of advising them not to be afraid to raise hell.

“Producers have told them they want the drama and not to hold back,” the insider told Radar. “Basically, they don’t want them to be kissing her ass.”

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As Radar recently reported, sources revealed Richards, 47, could rake in as much as $1 million for her first season of the hit Bravo reality show, and she may have scored a lucrative guarantee to be on the show for at least four years.

Richards' mega-payday already has her future co-stars “pissed off” and at least one castmate, Erika Jayne, has agreed not to go easy on Charlie Sheen’s ex.

“Erika has already stood up and said she’d treat Denise the same as anyone else,” the insider revealed. “She said, ‘If I don’t like her, I don’t like her.’”

Now producers “are hoping they go toe to toe” on camera.

That possibility, added the insider, seemed more likely than not.

“Erika is already annoyed that so many actresses are on the show,” said the source. “She says it’s turned into a soap opera.”

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