Was Peggy Sulahian fired from her full-time role on "The Real Housewives of orange county" after just one season with the Bravo TV reality show? While it was Sulahian who officially announced her exit from the franchise on Tuesday, February 13, a report weeks prior suggested she had been booted from her position on the series.

Hours after Sulahian took to her social media pages to make the shocking announcement [VIDEO] of her exit from "The Real Housewives Of Orange County," Radar Online shared a report regarding what actually happened in the weeks leading up to Sulahian's statement, and according to their report, Sulahian had no say in her exit.

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In fact, she was completely unaware that she had been left out of season 13 until seeing that her former co-stars had started filming without her.

Peggy Sulahian reflects on her time with 'RHOC'

In a statement to her fans and followers, Peggy Sulahian labeled her time with Bravo TV as “an exciting experience" and said she was honored to have been the franchise's 100th housewife.

“I am extremely proud of being the 1st Armenian-American Housewife and sharing my culture with the world,” she added.

During her first and only season on "The Real Housewives of Orange County," Sulahian got on the bad side of a number of her co-stars [VIDEO], including Shannon Beador and Meghan King Edmonds, whose parenting she targeted during a cast trip to Iceland. She also went through the loss of her father and dealt with a breast cancer diagnosis.

According to Peggy Sulahian, her father's passing challenged the mother of three to reassess her life and realize what is truly important to her and that's "leading a healthy and happy life" and being "surrounded by people who care and love" her. She then said that after reassessing her life, she decided that moving on from the Bravo TV reality series was the "right thing to do."

The 'RHOC' cast reportedly couldn't stand working with Peggy

According to Radar Online's report, none of the members of the Bravo TV show's cast wanted to continue to work with Peggy Sulahian.

As an insider explained, the women of the show "cannot stand" Sulahian and were completely done with her after filming the season 12 reunion at the end of last year. "She is not who she said she was and no one buys her B.S.,” the source alleged.

Shannon Beador confirmed the start of production on the 13th season of "The Real Housewives of Orange County" over the weekend.