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Bethenny Frankel's found herself in a sticky situation -- literally.

Bethenny's SiriusXM radio show, "B Real With Bethenny," which launched in May, is no more.

And according to a new report, she only has herself to blame.

Page Six alleges that Bethenny "threw a diva fit" during a VIP Coldplay concert -- which was sponsored by SiriusXM and also attended by Beyonce and Jay Z -- in The Hamptons back on Aug. 7.

When the reality star discovered her view was blocked and the women in her way weren't moving, she tossed a beverage at them, the New York Post's gossip site reported in a story published on Oct. 1.

"Bethenny started poking and pushing them. Then, when they didn't move, she went to the bar and got a mixed drink and threw it over them," a witness told Page Six.

A source close to Bethenny had a different take: "It was a crush... and very hot. People were jockeying for a view. It looked like this woman, who vehemently refused to move, needed some cooling off... so Bethenny tossed some water on her."

One of the women, whose white dress got soaked, complained to Sirius honchos, Page Six reports. Another was identified as the wife of an investment banking bigwig.

A source told Page Six that the radio giant had been "prepared to give Bethenny her own show, but they ripped up the contract after that night."

Three days later, Bethenny told listeners that she was taking a summer break and would return to the airwaves in September.

That never happened.

Although a rep for the star of "The Real Housewives of New York City" did not comment for Page Six's story, Sirius did -- and disputed it.

"When we announced 'B Real with Bethenny' ... back in April, it was as a limited-run weekly series. We often work with hosts [on] limited-run series to develop... with the hope they can lead a daily show... That requires a great time commitment from the hosts," a Sirius spokesman told Page Six.

"Bethenny is busy with Bravo and other projects, and we were unsure whether, in the long run, we could get enough of her time for a five-day-a-week show," the spokesman added.