Jun 09, 2017 02:03 PM EDT By Lindsay Cronin

'RHONJ' Season 8: Is Jacqueline Laurita Attempting To Ruin The Show? [VIDEO]

Jacqueline Laurita may be bitter after her exit from 'The Real Housewives of New Jersey.'

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Jacqueline Laurita won't be appearing on The Real Housewives of New Jersey when the series returns to Bravo TV later this year for season eight. According to a new report, she's attempting to sabotage the upcoming installment.

On June 8, following numerous rumors about disputes among the season eight cast, Teresa Giudice, Melissa Gorga, Dolores Catania and Siggy Flicker, a report suggested that Laurita may be behind the leaked storylines.

According to All About the Real Housewives, screenshots from direct messages posted on Twitter have confirmed suspicions.

"Yes, I believe they are done filming on May 21st!" Laurita wrote to someone who was unknown. "They wanted me to film at the finale. Lol! I don't think I'm going to do it. They would have to pay me a lot of money and I don't think they have it. Their last offer to film the Posche Fashion show didn't excite me. I just don't see the point of filming anymore unless I was offered a full-time position."

Laurita went on to say that there was a lot of fighting while filming and noted that the level of drama between the women was way higher this year than it has been in the past.

With that being said, she added that the only real point of tension was between Flicker and a woman named Margaret.

Laurita continued to dish on the drama of the season. She revealed that Giudice and Kim DePaola had gotten into a fight, as had Catania and Danielle Staub, who returned to the series after taking several years off.

"They are actually trying to soften Danielle up to make her more likable. She'll get a good edit," Laurita added. "The best they can do with her crazy train anyway."

 

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