Season 4 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is getting a cast makeover. Adrienne Maloof has confirmed she's leaving the hit Bravo show.
"To my loyal fans . . . It was time to exit RHOBH. The show served as a wonderful platform, stay tuned!" she tweeted Monday, March 4. The hotel mogul also linked to a blog post that had a slightly longer message to her fans.
"The show served as a wonderful platform for all the amazing projects that I have in the works," she wrote. "I am forever grateful to my fans, thank you for your support, and stay tuned!"
Maloof, 51, was scheduled to tape the reunion special for Season 3 on Friday, March 1 with costars Lisa Vanderpump, Brandi Glanville, Kim Richards, Kyle Richards, Taylor Armstrong and Yolanda H. Foster, but decided not to join them.
A source told Us Weekly that the reality TV starlet had a more important obligation to attend with her kids. "She doesn't need that kind of negativity in her life," the insider said.
During the taping of Season 3, Maloof went through a divorce from husband Paul Nassif, and became a single mother to sons Gavin, 9, and twins Christian and Colin, 6. She also had several feuds with her cast members, particularly Glanville, 40. After the Drinking & Tweeting: and Other Brandi Blunders author revealed Maloof used a surrogate to have her twins, she sent Glanville a letter threatening legal action.
Even without Maloof present at the reunion taping to discuss her arguments with Glanville, it's sure to be filled with drama. On Saturday, Kyle Richards tweeted a photo of herself posing with the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion host Andy Cohen and wrote, "Brutal reunion shoot but I love this man."