‘Real Housewives of Potomac’ Producers Shut Down Charrisse Jackson-Jordan?

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Charrisse plays a role in Candiace and Monique’s fallout.

Real Housewives of Potomac” star Charrisse Jackson-Jordan is at the center of Monique Samuels and Candiace Dillard’s feud. Although the two women used to be close friends, they clashed last season. After Monique patched things up with Ashley Darby, things went left with Candiace. And Candiace didn’t like that Monique called her out about her tension with Ashley. Interestingly enough, the women decided to hash things out at the reunion. But things fell apart on the current season.

Monique took issue with Candiace bringing Charrisse around. According to Monique, Charrisse was spreading rumors about her and her family. Although Charrisse has denied this, Monique had more to say on Instagram Live.

While speaking on it all with her husband Chris Samuels, she alleged that a former friend decided to make up lies about her. And one of the lies was Monique’s son Chase is not Chris’ biological son. The other accusation was Monique had an affair with her trainer. Then it was also alleged that Monique didn’t have a miscarriage prior, but chose to terminate her pregnancy.

There has been a lot of drama behind the scenes.

Allegedly, this former friend wanted to get on the show and put all this out. So she got in contact with Candiace. And through Candiace, she was able to get in contact with Charrisse.

Monique alleges that Charrisse then brought these rumors to the rest of the group. And the plan was for her to film the current season as a friend to bring light to all the accusations. It’s also been alleged that Gizelle Bryant wanted to put all this into motion, too.

However, it seems as if the producers may have wanted no parts of this. In fact, they even edited Charrisse out of the recent episode.

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