Karen Huger from “The Real Housewives of Potomac” is quite an interesting character. It sounds like she wants to be portrayed in a certain way but not really reveal why she feels justified in being treated this way. Karen wants her co-stars to treat her like the Grand Dame of Potomac, essentially asking her co-stars to bow down to her, as if she’s the reason why Potomac came to be.

There's also a sense of entitlement with this status that she has granted herself, and her co-stars don't really understand why they have to treat her like she's so much better than they are.

So when Karen decided to move out of Potomac and into her Great Falls home in Virginia without telling them, her co-stars started questioning whether she was perhaps having some financial troubles. This played out on “The Real Housewives of Potomac" finale, which aired on Bravo this past Sunday.

Is Karen lying about her life?

During the season finale of “The Real Housewives of Potomac,” Huger decided to have a huge party, which served as both a housewarming party and her 20th-anniversary party. During this party, fans got a glimpse of the house, which is a whopping 14,000 square-foot home. However, it was revealed that Karen is actually renting this house and she hadn't purchased it like some of her co-stars believed.

They started questioning whether she was renting the home because she is facing some financial issues, but Karen quickly shut it down. While Karen Huger has yet to reveal whether she and her husband are struggling financially, it sounds like she wants her co-stars to just be happy for her. If she is indeed having financial issues, it would be odd to move into such a huge mansion.

The gossip supports financial issues

There was plenty of gossip during Karen Hugers party on Sunday night’s episode of “The Real Housewives of Potomac.” It was revealed that she was indeed renting the home and that if they did decide to purchase the home, the rent that they had paid would go towards the purchase. Of course, this house seems to be a lot bigger than her Potomac house, but her co-stars also pointed out that she was living far away from Potomac.

Karen and her husband have yet to comment on whether they are in financial troubles, but the party didn't seem to scream that they were struggling financially. In addition, they had just moved into the house, which could explain why there was little furniture around. Fans will just have to wait to see what Karen and her husband decide to reveal on the next season of “The Real Housewives of Potomac.

What do you think of Karen Huger and her husband's decision to move out of Potomac and into Great Falls, Virginia? Do you think she struggling financially because she's not working? Do you think she is moving away because she's ready to try something else with her life?