On Tuesday, Thomas Ravenel tweeted he was leaving “Southern Charm,” the announcement comes amid of allegations of sexual abuse against him.
Thomas Ravenel is done with the “Southern Charm.”
“I’m not doing the show anymore. In the contract that they have the right to fictionalize your story. They took advantage of me. I decided that I have too much to lose and told them that I not return,” he tweeted from his own account on Tuesday afternoon.
He is one of the main cast member since the inception in 2014, with its storylines center around his relationship with Kathryn Dennis, and their battle over the custody of their children, Kensie, 4, and Sacred 2.
Ravenel, 56, was accused of sexual assault of two women earlier this summer. He denied the allegations, but Haymaker, the production company behind the show, began “conducting an investigation” shortly after and Bravo announced that he would not be at the reunion taping.
Instead, his girlfriend Ashley Jacobs defended their relationship and his behaviour in his absence in what she called an “intervention” by his castmates.
The research is still in treatment, and now Ravenel can be faced with another lawsuit if his ex-girlfriend Luzanne Otte retain legal counsel to fight against the false allegations that he and Jacobs about her on a blog.
Bravo could not immediately be reached.
This article originally appeared on Page Six.