After being fired from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills over the summer amid some serious personal issues, a source has revealed to RadarOnline.com that Kim Richards is making a desperate attempt to return to the hit reality show!
The insider said that even though she was booted from RHOBH, Richards was recently spotted filming for the finale episode of the show's new season.
“Kim was at the finale taping for the show last Friday at sister Kyle Richard‘s La Quinta vacation home,” the source said.
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However, the reality star was there to do more than get a little screen time with her sister! “Kim took several members of the crew aside, and apologized profusely for her behavior recently,” the insider said.
“There were a lot of tears as Kim explained she is committed to her sobriety,” the source added. “Kim also owned up to her past bad behavior to the other ladies. There was a lot of concern for Kyle as well. The sisters appear to be starting a new chapter in their relationship after not speaking for months.”
Kim and Kyle's relationship has been rocky over the past few years. But the source said that they've been “working on repairing their fractured relationship.” The insider continued,“Kim is sober and is coming to grips with all of the havoc she caused. Kyle is forgiving, but a lot has gone down that she just won’t be to forgive."
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And now that she's fully focused on getting her life together and fixing her relationship with her sister, the source said Kim is hopeful there may be a place for her on RHOBH again. “She didn’t want to have any attention on her. She really hopes to come back to the show next season and would allow cameras to document her path to sobriety and recovery,” the source said. Do you think that Kim should be allowed to return to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills? Tweet us @OKMagazine or let us know in the comments section below.