Eden Sassoon was one of the new housewives on the previous season of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." While many fans were excited to see her on the show, it sounds like Eden just didn't really fit in. She was caught talking about the other ladies, even though the topics of discussion were not mean or false. Lisa Rinna said things, possibly in confidence, and when Eden told Lisa Vanderpump about it, Rinna was furious. While she had previously said she didn't remember saying these mean things, Rinna later blamed Eden for sharing the information.

According to a new tweet, Eden Sassoon is now revealing that she doesn't want to be associated with the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" franchise because she has class.

At least that's what it sounded like when Eden learned about a poll on Twitter, where someone asked whether or not she had been a great casting choice. In Sassoon's defense, she just didn't seem like she fit in on the show. While she lived a relaxed and zen lifestyle packed with yoga and self-reflection, many of the wives enjoyed a good screaming match.

Eden Sassoon questioned as a casting choice

When Eden Sassoon was questioned as a casting choice on Twitter, she decided to reveal that she wasn't a good choice because she has class. Sassoon points out that she was raised in a different world than her co-stars and she hinted that evil takes place on the show.

Of course, Eden may be referring to Lisa Rinna in her tweet, as she talks about evil cast members.

After Lisa Rinna said that Kim Richards was close to death, Eden Sassoon tried to help the Richards sisters. But it quickly backfired and Eden flipped out on Lisa during the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" finale episode.

Does she think she's better than her friends on the show?

While Eden Sassoon never actually used the words that she's better than her co-stars, she does hint that she was raised in a world with humility and grace, essentially hinting that her co-stars have neither value in their lives.

Just last month, Sassoon announced on her Twitter account that she would no longer be filming the show with her co-stars. She was leaving "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" after just one season. Bravo has yet to confirm her exit or announce a new housewife.

What do you think of Eden Sassoon's tweet? Do you think she's trying to bring her co-stars down by saying that she's better than them?

Do you think the tweet was uncalled for?

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