Report: Camille Grammer To Leave 'Real Housewives'?

Camille Grammer attends FFANY Shoes on Sale Benefit for Breast Cancer Research and Education, presented by QVC at Frederick P. Rose Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, NYC, October 13, 2010 Camille Grammer attends FFANY Shoes on Sale Benefit for Breast Cancer Research and Education, presented by QVC at Frederick P. Rose Hall, Jazz at Lincoln Center, NYC, October 13, 2010

In one season of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” Camille Grammer managed to turn herself into one of the most controversial “Housewives” in Bravo history, but the show might be going on without her.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Camille, who is currently involved in divorce proceedings with former “Frasier” star Kelsey Grammer, will not return to “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” for a potential Season 2.

Bravo hasn’t announced another season of the show, which also stars Lisa Vanderpump, Kyle Richards, Taylor Armstrong, Kim Richards and Adrienne Maloof, but a source close to the production told THR that Camille has no interest in participating either way.

A rep for Camille told Access Hollywood on Thursday that she was still considering her “Real Housewives” future.

“Camille hasn’t made a decision and won’t until after the reunion show,” Camille’s rep, Howard Bragman, told Access.

Bragman told People that due to her divorce, Camille’s situation has changed.

“She did the show because Kelsey wanted her to do it and now she’s a single mother raising two kids. Her life has changed and she has a lot of new responsibilities,” he told the mag. “She’s also in the middle of negotiating a divorce settlement, so this is not the time for her to make a decision about the show.”

Camille became controversial during her lone season on the show due to her close relationship with her tennis partner, Nick Stabile, her constant dropping of ex Kelsey’s name, her outlandish and extravagant lifestyle and her four nannies for two children.

The mom previously told Access Hollywood’s Shaun Robinson that she considered quitting the show while they were filming the first season.

“You thought about quitting?” Shaun asked in August 2010.

“Oh, absolutely,” Camille said.

“We had to drag her back in,” Lisa noted.

A rep for Bravo was not immediately available for comment on the news of her departure when contacted by Access Hollywood.

In related Camille news, she is still working out a settlement with her ex, Kelsey, who is engaged to a new woman, Kayte Walsh.

On December 30, the New York Post reported that Camille turned down a $30 million divorce settlement with Kelsey because the deal didn’t include alimony or child support.

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