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Teddi Mellencamp GONE From 'RHOBH' Season 11!


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It would be cool to see fan and co-star reactions but that's super hard when you turn all of your Instagram comments off. This is the case for 'RHOBH' cast mate, Teddi Mellencamp who just announced her departure from the series after three seasons. I really doubt anyone is all that shocked or sad (except for maybe her bestie and OG BH housewife, Kyle Richards Umanksy, who did post a photo of her and Mellencamp in her IG story) since she was considered boring and a pot stirrer with little to no personality. At this point, the accountability coach had turned off her Instagram comments, where she announced her contract for season 11 had not been renewed, due to straightforward questions and comments stemming from a long list of complaints from former (and some current) clients, claiming her AllIn dieting method was both dangerous but bordering on an eating disorder. 

In addition, Teddi, 39 and her coaches, who hold no clinical training but having gone through the program, have been accused of bullying their clients, situations that are still being uncovered by Influencer and activist, Emily Gellis Lande. She has devoted her Instagram story to the victims of both Teddi's accountability plan and Tanya Zuckerbrot's F-Factor Diet and the messages she receives everyday are more interesting than this whole season of 'RHOBH' alone. But back to Teddi. Here's what John Mellencamp's daughter had to say about not returning for another season:  “You heard it here last 😂 Yes, it’s true, I am not coming back to #RHOBH. Thank you to @bravotv, @evolutionusa, @bravoandy and all of the amazing women for the support (and the shade) for the past three years. Back to the shadows I go.”

Teddi went on to share how it was not her choice to leave the series: "I recently found out that my contract as a Housewife is not being renewed. Of course, I could give you the standard response of ‘Oh, we both came to the decision that it would be best…’ Nah, I’m not gonna do that. That’s not who I am.”  After the complaints about her company started to mount, fans began to call on Bravo and Andy Cohen to do something about Teddi as her sticking around seemed unacceptable, especially after her husband, Edwin put Emily Lande's phone number in the public sphere as a punishment for exposing his wife. Mellencamp is not the only one who is saying "buh-bye" to the franchise this year; Denise Richards revealed she will not be returning after two seasons and it is now rumored Kyle's sister, Kathy Hilton may be coming on to join the ladies. Why? Is Nicky Hilton busy? This season was such a snoozefest, I say end it all or start from scratch. Will you miss Teddi? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter @3icecubes.

*Btw: Teddi likes to block anyone who questions her or likes Emily's posts so how is she being accountable again?




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