Teddi Mellencamp Reveals She Complained to Producers About Social Media Hate and Lack of Storyline Right Before Being Fired From RHOBH 

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It seems that Teddi Mellencamp can’t seem to let it go after getting fired from the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

The All-In accountability coach recently opened up about exit from the Beverly Hills Housewives franchise on her and Tamra Judge’s podcast, Two T’s in a Pod.

“At the end of my season, I was mad. I texted, the quote I texted was: ‘I’ve trended on Twitter every single week from hate and you aren’t giving me anything else but the negative. Please, I’m doing the work, I’m showing up. I need you to show my life in some other capacity.’ And ultimately, the goodbye happened two weeks later,” Teddi explained.

She added, “I was completely surprised.”

Teddi noted that she was shocked over the news she was being let go as she had “such a great relationship with production” and had already discussed her storyline for next season.

“I absolutely had no idea. I do know there was a new show-runner so there were changes being made. When my friend texted me and he’s like, ‘Hey it’s in the Daily Mail that you got fired,’ I was like, [laughing],” she said.

Teddi was open and honest about being fired from RHOBH, which doesn’t happen often in the world of Real Housewives.

“Of course, I could give you the standard response of ‘Oh, we both came to the decision that it would be best.’ I’m not gonna do that. That’s not who I am. Of course, when I got the news, I was sad,” Teddi wrote in her statement on Instagram. “It feels like a breakup almost because you develop such strong relationships with the cast and crew and you get to do incredible things that you would probably never get to experience without, you know, the show.”

Since exiting RHOBH, Teddi appeared on the show during season 11 however her guest appearance wasn’t well-received by fans or her former costar Garcelle Beauvais who called Teddi “annoying for no reason like a little gnat.”

Meanwhile, Teddi also revealed that she did film for season 12 at the opening of Kyle Richards’ store in Palm Springs but she doesn’t know if she will get any screen time.

She explained, “I am not [filming] but I did something for Extra and while I was doing that, I may or not [have been] filmed.”

RHOBH is expected to return to Bravo in Spring 2022.

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