The "Housewives" franchise is down another star.
During an Instagram Live video, "The Real Housewives of Potomac" star Monique Samuels announced that she's declined to re-sign her contract with Bravo and won't be returning for the sixth season of the reality show.
"It was a crazy ride. It's not easy doing reality TV, and to be quite honest, I'm over it," she said.
Monique hinted that her family doesn't want her participating in the show anymore.
"The opinion of my family and my kids and what they think about anything that I do is more valuable to me than anybody's opinion," she said. "So I'm over it."
During her time on the show, Monique and her children have been the subject of paternity rumors, as some have questioned whether her husband, ex-NFL star Chris Samuels, is really her son Chase's biological father.
"If my kids were to get older and say they watched everything and they watched the show, what response can I give them? What would satisfy that? When the hate becomes real, I'm over it," she said. "I wanted to represent real Black love and show people something outside what the stereotype has been on TV. Unfortunately, this season I played right into that stereotype."
She continued, "I was working overtime to really check myself because that's the exact opposite of what I want to display on a TV show, and in real life, most importantly. I'm always going to be a great example and role model for my kids, and you have to know when enough is enough. And enough is enough."