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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, Camille Grammar, has reportedly been issued an ultimatum by her new spouse.

Her lawyer husband David C. Meyer allegedly does not like her being on the show and will walk if she does not quit.

“The marriage is on the rocks,” a source told RadarOnline. 

“(David) isn’t fond of the pressures of the show and never wanted to be on camera. He thinks she takes the show too seriously and it spills over into their personal life.”

The couple recently lost their home in the Woolsey Canyon California wildfire, just days after they tied the knot and they are also now fighting over finances:

“Camille is the one who has the money, not David. She bought her own engagement ring and used her celebrity to get free stuff for their wedding,” a second insider said.

“David has given her an ultimatum: him or the show,” the insider said. “Camille is extremely sensitive. There are worries her marriage won’t survive the show.”

If she does stay on the show, this may be the second marital breakdown Grammar will have to endure in front of the cameras. During the first season, her ex-husband, Kelsey Grammar, left her for another woman on the show.