The trend that has plagued The Real Housewives franchise continues.
Mary Cosby is the latest star to come out after bailing on the season 2 reunion.
Page Six has confirmed the release.
“Mary is not coming back,” a source shared with the outlet.
“She hasn’t enjoyed her time on the show or bonded well with the ladies.”
Cosby has yet to respond to reports of her exit, but shared a bizarre post on social media after the news broke.
It reads as follows:
Silence is enough! To the Leaders of the World..’My Followers’ & New Ones’! I love you! Thank you for your love and support.
Cosby’s time on the show has been in question for a while.
At one point during the currently airing second season, Cosby compared co-star Jen Shah to a “Mexican thug”.
The comment came after Shah was arrested while on a distribution trip for a telemarketing program.
Cosby also said Asian American teammate Jennie Nguyen had “slant eyes.”
She later apologized for Shah’s comments.
“I would like to take this opportunity to respond to a comment I made on the last episode of RHOSLC,” she shared after the episode aired.
“I showed a lack of judgment in my choice of words.
“Please accept my apologies. I wasn’t trying to single out Mexican culture. I’m African American and I know racism first hand.”
“I’ve experienced this daily my entire life. It’s important to me that you hear this apology directly from me. My comment was reckless. Unintentional. I’m so sorry!”
A major storyline for the series this season involved the questioning of Cosby’s church, with some comparing it to a “cult”.
Cosby talked about bailing out the reunion on Twitter Spaces.
“The only thing I have to say about the reunion is that I didn’t go because it was one sided,” Cosby tweeted in defense of the decision.
The show is currently airing and a third season is already being filmed.
The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City recently stopped filming with Jennie Nguyen over controversial social media posts about the Black Lives Matter movement.
“Bravo has ceased touring with Jennie Nguyen and she will no longer be a cast member of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City,” the channel said in a statement last month.
“We recognize that we did not take appropriate action once his social media posts came to our attention.
“Going forward, we will work to improve our processes to ensure we make better-informed and more considered distribution decisions.”
RHOSLC continues on Sundays on Bravo.
Paul Dailly is the associate editor of TV Fanatic. Follow him on Twitter.