By Crystal Henderson, EnStars | Mar 27, 2013 09:29 AM EDT
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Fans won't get to watch Adrienne Maloof on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills anymore, all because of a family secret that was already let out of the bag.
Bravo Host Andy Cohen said that Maloof won't be returning to RHOBH because her family has a secret and Brandi Glanville spilled the beans on top secret information regarding Maloof's children that she didn't want anyone to know, not even her children. He did not say if Maloof was fired by Bravo or not.
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Maloof even convinced the producers at Bravo not to reveal the secret.
"This season was hard on Adrienne - as you know all know - a secret about her family was revealed by Brandi [Glanville] and from that moment on, Adrienne refused to speak directly about it ... Not only is she absent tonight, but she won't be on the show next season," Cohen added.
Maloof became furious with Glanville when she revealed that Maloof used a surrogate to give birth to six-year-old twins, Christian and Colin. Maloof also has a 9-year-old son, Gavin.
On Monday when Cohen opened his statement for the reality show reunion, he said that Maloof was very angry and "refused" to speak about it on the show. "Not only she is absent tonight, but she won't on the show next season," Cohen said.
In a statement Maloof told Celebuzz about the situation, she said:
"I think that Andy has to understand that [ex-husband] Paul [Nassif] and I were under a gag order from the court system, not to be able to speak about our marriage, our children, our divorce," adding, "I'm just starting new and fresh and living with some dignity," she said.
A friend of Maloof confessed that the reality tv actress was advised by a child psychologist to keep the surrogacy a secret from her children until they were old enough to understand. Reports indicated that Adrienne's surrogate is a close friend of the family.
The source said Maloof "barely even talks about her kids on television. She's all about her business on the show," the source said. "A child psychologist recommended she wait until they are 10 years old," the friend added. "She doesn't want them teased at school or asked about it."
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