While defending herself against allegations of pulling a "publicity stunt," reality star Brandi Glanville revealed in a recent interview that Taylor Armstrong was fired from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
When Glanville claimed her dog was stolen from her Encino home, she tweeted on June 6 and 7 a series of messages asking people to help her get back her brown Chihuahua named Chica. She also offered a 10,000 reward.
Armstrong did not believe the sincerity in the whole ordeal and told TMZ "I don't know what to think about it ... It's probably another publicity stunt by Brandi Glanville, frankly."
After Armstrong's comments got back to Glanville, the latter said in an interview with RumorFix, "[Taylor said that] for attention." Glanville then revealed Armstrong's firing from the Bravo reality series.
"[Taylor] wasn't asked back to the show and she will do anything to try and create a way back in as a full time person. I'm heart broken and freaked out and I don't care about her," she added. "That's how she thinks, she is a bad person."
Bravo has yet to confirm or deny Armstrong's role in season 4 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, according to AllMediaNY.
Marisa Zanuck said in April she "wasn't asked back" for season four of the Bravo show, adding, "It's as simple as that and I'm okay with it." Adrienne Maloof and Camille Grammer confirmed individually earlier in the year that they also will not be returning to the show. Kim Richards reportedly threatened to leave the show if the other housewives do not stop bullying her sister Kyle Richards, a source said
Executives reportedly cast a new woman to make up for all the departures on the series. Celebrity News and Style cited a source that said former beauty queen, Miss Puerto Rico Joyce Giraud, already begun filming for the show's fourth season.