REAL Housewives of Beverly Hills star Teddi Mellencamp said that she’s “not quitting” the Bravo show and laughed off the “fake tweet” that claimed otherwise.
She also poked fun at the fake tweet and joked that it gave her “extra press.”
The reality star clarified that she is not quitting the Bravo show[/caption]
She said that the fabricated tweet was “fake news”[/caption]
She also addressed the false rumor on Twitter[/caption]
The 39-year-old reality star shared a screenshot of the fake tweet on her Instagram Story on Wednesday.
The fabricated tweet read: “Hope everyone enjoys tonight’s episode of #RHOBH — it’s a bumpy ride! After 3 seasons, I have decided to walk away from the show. I wish the cast, production and Bravo all the best in future seasons, and I am grateful that I have made some lifelong friends out of this experience.”
Teddi captioned the screenshot: “I didn’t tweet this but thanks for the extra press.”
The Instagram Story also featured the hashtag #FakeNews.
Teddi continued to poke fun at the fabricated post when she tweeted a response to it, writing: “Whoever made that fake tweet thanks for the extra press.”
Teddi poked fun at the fake post on Instagram and Twitter[/caption]
She has starred on RHOBH since its eighth season[/caption]
The reality star, who is the daughter of musician John Mellencamp, joined RHOBH in its eighth season.
She married Edwin Arroyave in 2011.
The couple share three children: Slate, 7, Cruz, 5, and Dove.
Her youngest daughter Dove was born in February and later diagnosed with lambdoid craniosynostosis, which Teddi explained is “a very rare type of non-syndromic craniosynostosis” where the bones at the back of the skull fuse prematurely.
Dove recently underwent surgery for the medical condition.
Teddi married Edwin Arroyave in 2011[/caption]
The couple share three kids[/caption]
Following the procedure, Teddi thanked fans for their prayers as she confirmed her five-month-old daughter had a “successful surgery” and is in recovery.
She also thanked the doctors and nurses that helped her daughter, writing: “So much gratitude to her amazing surgeons Dr. Danielpour and Dr. Urata and all the loving nurses that will continue to help us care for her as she recovers.
“We are forever grateful.”
Teddi’s youngest daughter recently underwent a successful surgery[/caption]
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After thanking her fans for their support, the Bravo star broke down in tears as she candidly spoke about the toll Internet trolls had taken on her in mid-August.
Teddi claimed in a recent Instagram video that she had been received death threats against herself and her children.
She captioned the post: “You don’t always have to agree with me. You don’t even have to like me but wishing someone would die is taking it to the next level.
“Please watch the show. Enjoy it. It’s entertainment and our lives can be crazy! Pick your faves and your villains, laugh, cry, relate etc but wishing death on another human is just wrong on so many levels.”
She recently called out trolls after being sent death threats[/caption]
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