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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Camille Grammer is being accused of "racism" by some fans, after she made a controversial statement during the reunion show for the upcoming season of RHOBH.

A snitch from the taping spoke to US Weekly and told the mag, “Camille was not doing well with the duress of the reunion ... She was basically melting down because she was under attack and [she] walked off once.”

The source then told Us that Camille made a comment, that could be considered "racist" during the reunion show. “She said, ‘Do you want me to be sorry because I’m a white woman?’ The other women were like, ‘Camille, do you know what you are saying? That’s not OK.’”

Bravo is reportedly removing the statement from the reunion show, because they're trying to avoid controversy.

Camille's reps are immediately trying to explain why she made the controversial statement already. This is what they are telling the media:

“[She] has been under a great deal of stress. Her house burned down, her son has been living with her ex-husband, Kelsey [Grammer], her beloved assistant passed away, her mother has been in and out of the hospital with cancer, [and] she had a federal trial in Dallas. She has had a great deal of pressure this year, and part of that manifested itself on the show.”