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Teddi Mellencamp Reportedly Fired From 'Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills' Amid Scandal

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By Ryan Naumann

Teddi Mellencamp allegedly is not being asked back for another season of “RHOBH” amid the growing scandal over her fitness company.

According to Daily Mail, a source claims, “The network has not been impressed with her performance on the show. They considered cutting her last season but gave her one last chance.”

The source added, “She is boring and stale and does not offer anything to the franchise with her robotic and staged delivery when interacting with the other cast members. The issue is, the other cast members don’t particularly like her and beyond Kyle, no one is friends with her.”

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Teddi has starred on “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” for three seasons. Denise Richards’ will also not be returning for another season after deciding to leave the show for good after her second season.

The news of Teddi being axed comes as many of the former clients claim Teddi’s company puts you on a restrictive diet and you're only allowed to consume around 500 calories a day. One former client wrote a testimony posted on @emilygellis Instagram account.

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They recounted the experience saying, “I did All In just before and during Teddi’s first season. It was much smaller at this point and I communicated with her on a regular basis. No NDA, paid through Venmo. Everything over text. At this point the company was called “LA WORKOUT JUNKIE” (I think) but she changed it as the show began to air.”

They continued, “The meal plan seems to be the same and very restrictive + one hour of cardio. I of course lost weight, but the whole experience made my already complicated relationship with food even more toxic. I kept at it on and off for about 6 months, each round the fee increased”

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Further, “I guess the program was getting more popular. On one hand I’m grateful to know how to drop a quick 10 pounds, but on the other it’s unhealthy and hurt my body more long term than it helped short term. I gained the weight back and have since lost through an actual healthy lifestyle.”

Teddi has continued to defend the program saying she's helped over a thousand women fix their life. She has not addressed the claims her program has been eating around 500 calories per day.

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