Peggy Sulahian may not be back for season 13 of "The Real Housewives of Orange County" if the latest report is true. A report by Radar Online claims that many of the "RHOC" co-stars want her out and are "begging" producers to fire her. The reason? One has to do with fabricated drama and the other revolves around her alleged homophobia.

Will Peggy be fired?

According to a Bravo employee, Peggy has created “fake fights” with fellow "RHOC" cast members to stay relevant. She's in the middle of a feud with Shannon Beador and pushing back at others who question her about a past cancer diagnosis. The source explains that everyone is fed up with Peggy.

She and her husband, Diko, are "just so hungry for fame it's ridiculous," the insider said. Diko tried to stir the pot when he went after David at Lydia McLaughlin's boat party, making everyone believe that David was interrogating him over Peggy's battle with cancer. The source said there was "no drama" there to drudge up.

Cast isn't happy

Peggy has revealed in a recent interview with The Daily Dish that she regrets sharing her cancer battle on "RHOC," saying she reached out for support, but instead was attacked. Meghan King Edmonds wrote in a blog post this week that she's tired of Peggy playing the "cancer card" this season and feels attacked anytime someone asks her about her health. Meghan was also miffed that the "RHOC" newbie tore into Shannon in the last episode when everyone was at her house, asking her if she trusts David.

Peggy's brother speaks out

The report delves into the relationship dynamics between Peggy Sulahian and her brother, Pol' Atteu, who was allegedly banned from their father's funeral because Peggy didn't want him and his fiance, Patrik Simpson, around. Moreover, he says Peggy has prevented him from having a relationship with her three children. Pol' Atteu has gone to the press to voice his sister's homophobia by saying it's "heartbreaking" and that fans "really have to hear the truth about her."

Claims denied

Peggy has denied the claims, but others have confirmed it's true, including the mother-in-law of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star, Kyle Richards, as well as the reality show's other cast members, Lisa Vanderpump and Adrienne Maloof. Vanderpump has called Peggy's prejudice "disgusting."

Will Bravo fire Peggy Sulahian from "RHOC" or will the controversy she creates be even more appealing? New ladies brought into the show have a lot to prove in their first season. So far, Peggy is having a rough go of it.

"The Real Housewives of orange county" season 12 airs Monday nights on Bravo at 9 PM, ET/ 6 PM, PT.