So, is she or is she not fired from Real Housewives of Atlanta? That’s the bottom line question folks are now asking about Phaedra Parks.
We’re asking because as we reported earlier, a source told lovebscott.com that Parks did not receive an offer to return for another season on the show.
“She got caught in so many treacherous lies this season that even the producers (including Andy Cohen) have had enough. She even brought ‘fake’ divorce papers to the reunion to prove a point. No one knows whether she’s telling the truth about anything anymore.”
The source went on to add that Parks had tried to blame the lesbian lie that drove season nine’s plot on a producer, Carlos King. Although it’s said that’s why he’s departing the show, he says his production company, Kingdom Reign, signed a production deal with ITV in November of last year and that he told the cast in January that he was leaving.
So far there’s been no comment from Bravo. Parks was most recently seen in public at Omarosa’s wedding this past weekend.
Here’s the full post of our original report of Parks being fired:
*Sources tell lovebscott.com that Bravo has given Phaedra Parks a pink slip instead of a contract for Season 10 of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta.”
“Everyone was given their renewal papers last week and Phaedra didn’t get hers,” a source told the website exclusively. “She got caught in so many treacherous lies this season that even the producers (including Andy Cohen) have had enough. She even brought ‘fake’ divorce papers to the reunion to prove a point. No one knows whether she’s telling the truth about anything anymore.”
Lovebscott.com also reported that Phaedra was fired in part because she tried to blame the lie fed to Porsha Williams – about Kandi Burress being a lesbian – on producer Carlos King, which may be the reason why he also won’t return to work next season, notes the website.
Despite recent rumors, Cynthia Bailey will be back for Season 10, as well as NeNe Leakes and Kim Zolciak, but the latter two won’t be full-time cast members, according to lovebscott.
The show’s four-episode reunion premieres Sunday, April 16 at 8 p.m. on Bravo.
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