Eden Sassoon decided to leave “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” behind after having filmed one season because she was tired of how she was being portrayed. She was also tired of fighting with Lisa Rinna and having her words twisted for the sake of ratings. As it turns out, Eden announced her exit before the contracts were signed for the new season, so it sounds like she wanted out of the show for a while.

Despite not wanting to come back on the show, Eden keeps talking about “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.” Over the past couple of days, Sassoon has been sharing pictures of scenes from the show and reaffirming her position.

For example, she recently shared a picture of herself, revealing that she never questioned Kim Richards’ sobriety even though Lisa Rinna tried to make her question it. Lisa had told Eden that Kim was close to death.

According to a new tweet, Eden Sassoon wants her followers to know that she doesn’t agree with the things Lisa Rinna did on the show to make her look bad.

Creating distance from Bravo

It is interesting that Eden Sassoon keeps bringing up the past when she has revealed that she was nothing to do with the show. She wanted to leave "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" because it wasn't her style or something that was fun for her in the end, but she can't stop talking about it or using the hashtag for the show.

“Not my style,” Eden tweeted while sharing a picture of herself where she reveals that she never second-guessed Kim Richards’ sobriety, despite being told by Lisa Rinna that she was close to death.

Her tweet seemed to come out of nowhere.

It's like someone accused her of not believing Kim Richards or someone brought up Lisa Rinna. Also, it seems like Eden made these quotes from the show to share with her followers. She doesn't want to be a part of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" for the upcoming season, and yet can't stop talking about it.

Sticking by her zen lifestyle

Eden Sasoon revealed that she wanted to stick to her zen lifestyle where she could do yoga, focus on her sobriety and continue to grow her personal brand. It doesn't sound like she wanted to be on the hit show and find her own success through there like so many other women have done in the past.

What do you think of Eden Sassoon's decision to share these quotes with the world? Are you surprised that she keeps tweeting about her role on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" considering she didn't want to be on it?