Camille Grammer will not return for another season of Bravo's "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."
"I can't say too much at this moment, but we couldn't get it worked out," Grammer told Us Weekly. "I've had so much fun with the franchise, but I guess the producers and I couldn't come to an agreement."
"I love these girls. I really do," she said of her "Real Housewives" co-stars Kim and Kyle Richards, Taylor Armstrong, Lisa Vanderpump and Adrienne Maloof.
The reality star denied that she had been booted off the series, Tweeting on March 25, "Just for the record I was not fired. I chose to leave."
The season 2 finale of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" aired in February. A spokesperson for the series declined to comment about its future.
People magazine quoted a source as saying that Grammer made the decision to leave because "she wasn't willing to expose her personal life anymore."
Grammer recently reached a custody settlement with her ex-husband Kelsey Grammer over their two children - Mason and Jude, who were both born via a surrogate mother.
Kelsey and Camille Grammer both filed paperwork seeking sole physical custody of the boys. The couple finalized their divorce in February 2011. The "Frasier" actor and Camille, a former Playboy model, married in 1997. She filed for divorce in July 2010.
Grammer later married Kayte Walsh, a British flight attendant, on stage at the Longacre Theatre in New York, where the actor starred in a revival of the musical "La Cage aux Folles."
Kelsey recently took home a Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actor In A Television Series - Drama for his work in the Starz series "Boss." At the Awards show, Grammer revealed that he and his wife, who accompanied him to the Golden Globes, are expecting twins.
Camille Grammer has been dating lawyer Dimitri Charalambopoulos for eight months. She told Us Weekly: "I care about him very much and we're enjoying each other's company."