Phaedra Parks has allegedly been fired from cast of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta." Following a slew of shocking allegations against her co-stars, Parks was reportedly given the axe after admitting that she said things about her fellow reality stars that weren't true.

On May 8, TMZ confirmed the news with readers, reminding fans that Parks had reportedly spread lies and rumors about her co-stars conspiring to rape during the ninth season of the Bravo TV reality show.

As the outlet explained, sources close to production on the series have revealed Parks was let go after telling Porsha Williams a rumor about Kandi Burruss during filming.

The ninth season of "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" began airing in November of last year with a cast that included Phaedra Parks, Porsha Williams, Kandi Burruss, Cynthia Bailey, Kenya Moore and Sheree Whitfield.

Phaedra Parks accused Kandi Burruss and her husband of attempting to take advantage of Porsha Williams

During filming on "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" season nine, Parks reportedly informed Williams that Burruss and her husband, Todd Tucker, were plotting to drug her and take her back to their home for sex.

While fans never saw the statement being made during the show's season nine episodes, TMZ claimed it was kept off the show at the request of Burruss, who reportedly threatened the network.

That said, the secrets were eventually spilled during Sunday night's finale episode of the show's four-part reunion special with Phaedra Parks being outed as the source of the shocking rumor. In turn, Bravo TV decided Parks' comments were so outlandish that they could not continue working with her on future seasons.

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While Phaedra Parks may be out, fans shouldn't worry about a potential lack of drama. Not only does the show have plenty of issues without her, two of her former co-stars, Kim Zolciak and Nene Leakes, may be returning.

Zolciak and Leakes, who have been involved in an on-and-off friendship for years, haven't been featured in full-time roles on "The Real Housewives of Atlanta" for the past few seasons and likely won't be featured full-time during Season 10, but they could be taking on part-time roles as they reunite with their co-stars once again.

Phaedra Parks has not yet commented on her rumored firing from the reality show, nor has Bravo TV confirmed the sudden casting change.