Cameran Eubanks says her departure from “Southern Appeal” had “completely nothing to do with ridiculous and faux” rumors that her husband cheated on her.
The 36-year-old, who had been a major solid member on the Bravo collection since its debut in 2014, mentioned through Instagram that she’d deliberate to jot down a “form assertion” relating to her exit however modified course on Wednesday to handle “insidious rumors” surrounding her six-year marriage to Jason Wimberly.
“Whereas upsetting, it sadly doesn’t shock me as that is what actuality tv has come to these days and a big purpose why I saved my marriage off the air,” she wrote. “You should shield what’s sacred to you. Some issues aren’t value a giant paycheck.”
On Wednesday, a report surfaced alleging Wimberly had been concerned with one other lady. Within the days prior, Eubanks revealed through an Instagram remark that she wouldn’t be coming again for Season 7.
Eubanks, who shares 2-year-old daughter Palmer with Wimberly, mentioned it “disgusts” her that he “is being falsely dragged into this.”
She added that her husband has lengthy “supported [her] filming the present,” although he “needed no a part of the highlight.”
“I can’t get too upset although as a result of that is what you join if you put life on actuality TV … and why I’m getting out of it now,” she continued.
Eubanks additionally mentioned her resolution to go away the collection was given to Bravo “months in the past.”
Eubanks went on to thank the “real and type followers,” in addition to the solid and crew, whom she labored with and “had the pleasure of understanding.”
A rep for Bravo and for Eubanks didn’t instantly return our request for remark.