Lisa Vanderpump has grown tired of the drama and alleged attacks she's been put through at the hands of her "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" co-stars. After being called out by Lisa Rinna, Erika Girardi, and Kyle Richards on social media, the longtime reality star and Los Angeles-based restaurant owner responded to a telling tweet from a fan regarding what she's been through over the past several weeks of filming on season nine.

"[Lisa], season [nine] hasn't even started [and] I'm sick of the drama [and] attacks on you," a fan wrote to Vanderpump on October 23, encouraging Vanderpump to "stay positive" and "stay strong" amid production.

A short time later, the reality star responded to the fan, telling the woman, "Me too lol."

Lisa Rinna slams Lisa Vanderpump for failing to show up to 'work'

According to recent reports, Lisa Vanderpump is no longer filming with the rest of the cast because she feels they've been bullying her. Most recently, Lisa Rinna took to her Instagram page, where she took aim at Vanderpump for not showing up to work, along with the rest of the show's stars, for six weeks. "Why hasn't [Lisa] filmed with us for over [six] weeks? I have no beef with her. Who does that?" she asked. "Who doesn't show up for work?" she added.

Kyle Richards also spoke about Vanderpump's absence on social media, telling a fan that while Vanderpump hasn't been spending time with the cast, she is always invited to attend their cast events, including Camille Grammer's recent wedding in Hawaii, which was attended by Dorit Kemsley, Teddi Mellencamp-Arroyave, and Lisa Rinna.

Lisa Vanderpump is working, just not with her co-stars

Earlier this week, Entertainment Tonight shared an update regarding the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" cast feud, explaining that while Vanderpump hasn't been filming with her co-stars, she has been filming scenes for season nine without them. "Not all of [Lisa Vanderpump's] scenes are with the other women," an insider explained.

According to the report, Vanderpump has been filming a number of times each and every week and the majority of her filming sessions have been based around her philanthropic work with the LGBT community, her charities, and her work for dog rescue in Los Angeles.

"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" season nine is expected to air on Bravo TV sometime next year but a premiere date for the new episodes hasn't yet been set.