It has been clear for a while now that Lisa Vanderpump is less invested in being a Real Housewife these days.
It seems that there's some underlying beef with her fellow Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, but they've mostly kept a lid on it.
Now, however, multiple Housewives are letting their frustrations spill over into public comments.
Over the weekend, Camille Grammer married David C. Meyer.
Lisa Rinna, Dorit Kemsley, Teddi Mellencamp, and Kyle Richards were all in attendance at the ceremony in Hawaii.
Lisa Vanderpump, however, was not. And fans definitely noticed.
One fan commented on Kyle's Instagram, demanding to know: "Why do YOU guys always [gang] up on LVP?"
"This show will suck without her," the commenter wrote. "But I'm sure she will be in all your mouths."
(To be clear, the commenter means that her name will be on their lips and is not suggesting either sex or cannibalism)
Kyle Richards replied to that comment and was adamant that the claim is untrue.
"NOBODY has ganged up [on] anyone," Kylie insists.
"Any report of that," Kyle writes. "Is an outright lie!"
"LVP has been invited to every single event that we each have been invited to," Kylie continues.
Kylye adds: "If she chooses not to come then that is her choice."
"Anyone trying to sway the public to believe anything else is not being honest," Kyle concludes.
Lisa Vanderpump herself had a very different take when a commenter wrote to her about how she has been treated.
"This season of @realhousewivesofbeverlyhills is clearly a massive gang up of bullying against you," a fan wrote.
And," the fan's comment said. "I think it will be their biggest mistake."
The fan continued: "That show will not survive to be the show it was without you. #factsarefacts"
Lisa Vanderpump seemed to approve of the commenter's take on the recent dynamic among the Housewives.
"Someone's paying attention," she wrote back.
Elle's Juicy Scoops shared some thoughts on Instagram about upcoming episodes of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
"I predict a season with silly fights, little friction, and a lot of snooze in between," the page predicts.
"LVP grieving the loss of her brother in her own way, being distant and absent here and there, throwing some shade," the page writes.
The prediction then includes: "new alliances and attempts to gang up on LVP."
Lisa Rinna saw it and emphatically disagreed.
"Why hasn't Lvp filmed with us for over 6 weeks?" Rinna begins.
"I have no beef with her," Rinna claims before demanding to know: "Who does that? Who doesn't show up for work?"
"I too lost my father while filming," she continues. "And I completely understand that everyone's grieving process is just that their process."
"We have all reached out to her and we are all there for her," she says. "She has chosen to not film with us,"
"I too lost my sister to an overdose I have great empathy and I have been there," she writes.
"If you sign up to do a job you do it," Lisa Rinna affirms. "No matter what. That's show biz."
"I did it," she continues. "Eileen [Davidson] did it when her mother passed away the day before the reunion."
In Rinna's eyes, "You show up or if you can't then you say I can't and I'm going to take this season off to heal."
"But please don't make any of us out to be bullies," she says to fans. "We are not."
"We are here to film a tv show that we all signed a contract to do," she concludes. "We wish LVP only the very best in her time of mourning."
We're not sure that we buy that there's no beef between Vanderpump and her co-stars.
But we will say that it's probably not right to characterize these particular reality stars as bullying each other. Find another word.