With controversy all around her, Bethenny Frankel is pulling the plug on her reality show after three seasons.
The former Real Housewife of New York will "concentrate on her many business ventures," an insider tells Us Weekly," while the door will remain open for other projects with Bravo."
Frankel has been under fire over the last few weeks. First, a lawsuit was filed against her line of margaritas, with questions arising over just how "all natural" the product is.
Then, Bethenny claimed she and her husband were lost at sea and nearly died, only for a witness to say otherwise and accuse her of manufacturing drama for her reality show. What a crazy notion, we know.
"As far as Bethenny Ever After goes, she feels that ending the show on a high note and ending it after this season would be best for her family," the source says. "She doesn't want her [20-month-old] daughter [Bryn] to grow up on TV."
Season three premieres on February 20.