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Shannon Demands Massive Raise To Expose Divorce Drama On ‘RHOC’

Jan. 3 2018, Updated 1:35 p.m. ET

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Shannon Beador is ready to tell all on her nasty divorce from husband David — but she'll need some cold hard cash first!

The Real Housewives of Orange County star, 53, is demanding a fat raise in order to return to the Bravo hit next season, RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal.

“Producers are desperate for Shannon to allow cameras to film the divorce drama for the upcoming season because they know it will kill in ratings,” a production insider told Radar. “Although Shannon was against it at first, she’s had a change of heart and is going to give fans what they want. But in order to do so, she is demanding a considerable raise of at least $500,000!"

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After protecting her ex and keeping his dirty laundry on the down-low for years, Shannon is "in a good place now" and "not so sensitive" about her failed marriage.

"She wants to destroy David for what he did to her," the source claimed, adding that nothing will be off limits in front of the cameras.

As Radar previously reported, the mother of three announced her separation from her longtime ex-husband during the season 12 reunion.

As RHOC fans know, Shannon finally decided to leave David, 53 — who had an eight-month affair on Shannon in 2015 with a married family friend — after they were unable to work out their issues.

According to court documents obtained by Radar, she is seeking spousal support, in addition to full custody of their three daughters, Sophie, 16, and twins Stella and Adaline, 13.

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