Many fans of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills have wondered how Teddi Mellencamp has had three seasons on the show with no real storyline. The ones who want her to leave may be having their dreams come true — a new report claims that she’s on the chopping block with Bravo.
Teddi was instrumental in the Denise Richards/Brandi Glanville entanglement drama. However, viewers felt that Teddi, Kyle Richards, and Lisa Rinna were being ‘mean girls’ throughout the entire season.
‘Unfortunately I’m not going to be able to watch this show anymore to see how they are treating Denise is utterly disgusting this is not the world’s business to know what happened These petty women need to shut their gossiping drama driven selves up,’ tweeted one person.
‘How does Teddi stay on a show when all she does is gang up with Kyle Richards, she has no storyline and is the least interesting to look at,’ wrote another.
While this person simply tweeted ‘Fire Teddi.’
According to the Daily Mail, she will be notified this week that she will not be returning.
‘The network has not been impressed with her performance on the show. They considered cutting her last season but gave her one last chance. They considered cutting her last season but gave her one last chance. The issue is, the other cast members don’t particularly like her and beyond Kyle [Richards] no one is friends with her.’
This comes after her weight loss company called All In with Teddi came under fire. People who participated in the program came forward with different troubling stories.
One person described her plan which included limiting herself to 500 calories a day and doing one hour of cardio. That is dangerous in more ways than one.
Another dietician reached out to the Instagram influencer who brought this issue to light and revealed that this diet could lead to people developing eating disorders.
To make things worse, none of the accountability coaches for the program are certified.
Teddi responded to the accusations in a video where she explained that she is standing behind her program that has changed lives.