Kim Richards recently revealed that she had an alcohol problem and now her family and friends want her to quit The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills because it is damaging and humiliating for her. Kim was hoping to restart her career but has not been offered an deals due to her apparent instability.
â€œThe show has proved to be nothing but humiliating for her,â€ a source close to the situation told RadarOnline.com.
As RadarOnline.com exclusively reported, Bravo forced Kim into treatment because after Russell Armstrongâ€™s tragic and unexpected suicide they â€œwanted to make sure nothing bad happens to anyone on their shows.â€
However, Kimâ€™s return to the show is up in the air.
â€œShe hoped it would be a platform to resurrect her career but that has just not been the case, she comes off as an unstable train wreck,â€ the source said about Paris Hiltonâ€™s aunt, who was a child movie star but hasnâ€™t worked in Hollywood in years.
â€œEven though it is her only source of income it just isnâ€™t something they want her to do. Her family is willing to keep supporting financially no matter what.
â€œKim was hoping it would be a good business move to be on the show, but has not received any lucrative offers like the other women.â€
The 47-year-old is doing well since rehab, but her family realizes she shouldnâ€™t return to the show. â€œThey donâ€™t think it is a good idea, her personality is too fragile.â€
On a side note Brandi Glanville says once a cheater always a cheater…talking to you Eddie Cibrian! Brandi dished to Naughty but Nice Rob on her ex-hubby,
“He will be with her until he cheats again. They won’t be together forever. I’m totally over Eddie. I’ve moved onto Ken. Ken is a better looking Eddie,” she teased about fellow Real Housewife Lisa Vanderpump’s husband, Ken Todd.
“We share custody, it’s difficult,” she said. “I think it was more difficult in the beginning to all of a sudden not be with your kids half the time. But now the kids are at my house and say, ‘can we go to dads?’ and when they are at their dad’s house they say, ‘can we go to moms?’”