Kelly Dodd's days on "The Real Housewives of Orange County" may be numbered, and it all depends on one of her cast mates.
Earlier this week, Kelly spoke on Instagram Live about her future on the reality TV show.
"I know I cannot film with Braunwyn [Windham-Burke]," she said. "I know for a fact that I cannot film with her. There's just no way and if she comes back then I'm out because I know for a fact that I cannot. She's dangerous and calling people racists and homophobic."
Fans of the Bravo show know that Kelly and Braunwyn, who recently came out as gay, have been at odds for a long time.
In December 2020, Braunwyn blasted Kelly after the latter claimed that the former was once placed on a 5150 psychiatric hold, something Braunwyn has denied. Kelly has also accused Braunwyn of using her past alcoholism and sobriety as a storyline.
"And … saying I'm a bad mom, I'm running around, like, traveling, well I was traveling, yes, but I was also selling two homes. And thank God I did because I'd be stuck with four mortgages, right?" Kelly said before criticizing Braunwyn for hanging out with the cast of "The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City" last fall.
"I wasn't going to party it up with the Salt Lake City chicks," Kelly said. "If I'm coming back next year, I just can't come back next year filming with somebody so reckless. I just can't. If she's on, I'm probably out. So, that's probably the way it goes. And by the way, she says she couldn't film with me, so there you go."