Mary Cosby has always been surrounded in controversies. The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City made headlines when she was accused of making racist remarks at her co-stars Jennie Nguyen and Jen Shah. She skipped the show’s reunion special for fear of being confronted on the subject. Now, it appears she has finally decided to exit the show.
According to PageSix, Mary Cosby has exited “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” after two seasons. A source told the outlet, “Mary will not be back.” The source further revealed, “She did not enjoy her time on the show or form any strong bonds with the ladies.”
Fans had been calling for the reality star to be fired from the show over her racist remarks, it seems they have finally got their wish. Mary had a tumultuous second season that saw her get into fights with the majority of the cast.
People reported earlier, when the production phase for the upcoming third started in January, the reality star had “not filmed anything.” This sparked rumors that Mary was done for good with the Bravo series.
Meanwhile, Cosby has yet to make her exit official but, she did share a message on her Instagram thanking her followers for their “Love & Support.” Prior to Cosby’s exit, Bravo confirmed Jennie Nguyen will not be back for the upcoming third season either.
You can check out Mary’s post below.
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