Shunned At Sur? 'Vanderpump Rules' Star Billie Lee 'Struggles' To Fit In With Cast
Vanderpump Rules star is Billie Lee is "seriously struggling" to fit in with her cast mates, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.
The Bravo show about Lisa Vanderpump's hip Sur restaurant started featuring transgender beauty Lee earlier this year — but it hasn't been an easy road for her, a source told RadarOnline.com.
"Billie cannot find a group to be close to so she is just clinging on to the servers at Sur. She is working at the restaurant all the time unlike the original cast," the on-set source said.
"Billie keeps trying to go on cast trips and hang out with the rest of them, but she is continuously not invited. She just feels out of place and like she is not part of the storyline."
Lee, 34, is so frustrated she might bail, the insider said: "At this point, she is considering calling it quits because it is not healthy for her. It's gotten to the point where she is just hanging out with Jesse Montana because she has no one else. And he thinks that she is just kissing his ass!"
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However, as RadarOnline.com previously reported, there are definitely two sides to this story!
"Billie has been trying to come up with storylines since she started on the show, and she now just picks fights with everyone to try and remain relevant," a separate source previously told RadarOnline.com.
"Even after becoming a full-time cast member, she is more shunned than anyone."
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