Is Heather Locklear joining the cast of 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills'?
Heather has reportedly been asked to join the Bravo reality TV show several times by the series' producer, Andy Cohen.
There just could be a reunion among the cast of Bravo TV's 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.' According to the latest news, Heather Locklear may join the cast of the reality TV show after her recent brush with the law. The 56-year-old actress reportedly thinks it's the ideal time to make her comeback to television after starring in hit series like 'Dynasty' and 'Melrose Place.'
An InTouch Weekly report claimed that Heather has been asked to join the show several times by the series' producer, Andy Cohen. A source told the outlet that the actress has a large fan base from her days on 'Melrose Place' and 'Dynasty.' Furthermore, 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' cast members Lisa Rinna starred alongside the famous soap actress on 'Melrose Place.' While this could stir up old memories and possible drama, Heather's representatives also believed that starring on the Bravo reality TV show could be a way of staying sober.
A source told InTouch, "[Heather Locklear's] people think it might be a good way for her to stay accountable and sober." Interestingly, however, most of the cast members on the show are seen drinking pretty often and Kim Richards' struggle to stay sober has been captured on the show.
Although there are claims that Heather might join the cast of 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,' a conflicting report by Gossip Cop stated that she won't be joining. Furthermore, the outlet claimed that a representative from Bravo said there are no talks between them and Heather.
The actress, who was arrested in February for battery on a police officer pleaded not guilty to five charges- including four counts of misdemeanor battery on a police officer and one charge of resisting or obstructing a police officer, People reported. A Ventura County district attorney told the outlet, "Each of the five counts carries a maximum sentence of one year."
In March, The Perfect Man actress checked into a treatment facility for addiction. A source told People, "She didn't go because she was forced. There was no intervention. She went in on her own. She wanted to feel better and get to the bottom of what was troubling her."