Reality television star Adrienne Maloof spoke in a recent interview about her life after The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and the projects she is involved in, one being a new film she is producing.
Maloof, 51, will not return for season four of the Bravo reality series following a drama-filled season three when one of her co-stars, Brandi Glanville, accused her of using a surrogate for her children. Maloof also refused to attend the season three reunion special and defend herself against the claims, which she never publicly addressed.
She talked with E! News on April 27 about her post-Housewives endeavors.
"I am in a great place and so excited about the future," Maloof said. "I am working on some huge projects for television and also concentrating on producing a film, so it's a very dynamic time right now."
The divorced mother-of-three is also working on a jewelry line for Bloomingdales that she said she is "thrilled about."
Maloof lived her life for the cameras while filming Housewives. When asked if she will miss being a castmember on one of the most popular reality TV shows, she said, "I am grateful for the platform Housewives gave me. It was a fantastic experience, but now it's time for something new."
An insider told E! Maloof has not been in touch with any of her former castmates, and that she is "in a different place now" and "has her sights set on bigger and better things."
Since divorcing Paul Nassif in November of 2012 after 10 years of marriage, Maloof has been dating 32-year-old Sean Stewart. The two broke up briefly but have since rekindled their romance. They were spotted on April 25 having dinner with Stewart's father and stepmother - Rod Stewart and Penny Lancaster - his sister Kimberly Stewart, and her new boyfriend, Harry Styles.
Maloof and Nassif share sons Gavin, 9, and twins Colin and Christina, 6.