Lisa Vanderpump Losing Friends? 'RHOBH' Co-Stars Not Speaking To Restaurant Owner

2:06 PM EDT 8/21/2014 by Lindsay Cronin, Celebeat Reporter

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Lisa Vanderpump and her co-stars aren't getting along.

Although Vanderpump, who stuggled with her co-stars during The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season four, recently agreed to a deal for season five, things haven't gotten much better when it comes to her relationship with the other women.

“They are fed up,” a source close to Vanderpump told Radar Online on Aug. 21. “They have given her too many chances and they cannot stand the person she has become. They do not even recognize her anymore and want nothing to do with her.”

On season four, Vanderpump was accused of manipulating her co-stars, including Brandi Glanville, and confronting her friend, Kyle Richards, with allegations of her husband's reported cheating (which he denied). While Vanderpump claimed at the time to have done nothing of the sort, Glanville and Richards questioned her motives and many of their co-stars, such as Kim Richards and Yolanda Foster, also believed Vanderpump was out to cause unnecessary drama.

“Lisa is so caught up in her world, she does not care what her family, or anyone else, thinks of her,” the source told Radar. “Lisa is a total control freak and is very demanding. She is a total egomaniac. A lot of people don’t want to be around her anymore.”

Earlier this month, it was reported that Vanderpump had reconciled with Glanville and Richards, but apparently, that is not the case. Hopefully, Vanderpump's friendship with new housewife Lisa Rinna will be enough to get her through the filming of season five.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season five premieres this fall on Bravo.

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