Taylor Armstrong is no longer a Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member and was dropped by the network ahead of the show's season 4 premiere.
Bravo released a trailer for the new season of the reality series but the video does not include Armstrong, confirming previous claims that she has been dropped from the regular cast lineup. Armstrong appeared on Andy Cohen's chat show Watch What Happens Live in February and talked about getting from distance from the show.
Armstrong will not be completely gone and will be making some appearances in season 4 of the show. She confirmed her departure from Housewives on Twitter and also talked about her upcoming projects.
"Stepping back on #RHOBH to focus on Kennedy and @JohnBluher this year. New projects in the works (w a positive theme) so, stay tuned," she tweeted Sept. 20.
When a follower asked if she will be featured in season 4 of the show, she replied, "I'm around a little."
Armstrong was an original cast member of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Her marriage to then-husband Russell Armstrong fell apart on-camera when she claimed that he had been physically abusive. Russell killed himself in August 2011, shortly before the second season began, and producers had to cut footage of him out of the show. Together they have a daughter named Kennedy. Taylor is now engaged to John Bluher.
Fellow original cast member Adrienne Maloof departed last season after a legal battle with co-star Brandi Glanville. Marisa Zanuck will also not return to the show after starring in season 3. Two new cast members, Joyce Giraud and Carlton Gebbia, are both featured in the season 4 promo clip.
The new season premieres Nov. 4 on Bravo at 8 p.m. ET.