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LeeAnne Locken Reflects On Her Time On The Real Housewives Of Dallas And Wonders “How They’re Going To Do” Without Her; Says “I Pity The Fool Who’s Gonna Be The Next Target”

LeeAnne Locken is reflecting on her time on The Real Housewives of Dallas after announcing her exit from the Bravo hit reality series. Locken found herself in the hot seat during the show's fourth season reunion over the controversial comments she made about co-star Kary Brittingham.

LeeAnne said she's apologized again and again for things she had done or said on RHOD but the self-proclaimed Mouth from the South said that she is no longer apologizing for being herself.

"I make mistakes. I'm going to continue to make mistakes, but if you don't give me the grace to learn and grow, what kind of human are you? And I'd love to ask that of all of my cast," she told DailyMailTV.

"What kind of human are you that you didn't give me the grace to grow, but you present yourself as such gracious people? I mean, let's face it. Go to church, honey, but listen to the word."

Locken went on to explain that while she isn't perfect, no one is and the imperfections of the Housewives are what draws viewers to tune in week after week.

"You should watch because we fall on our face and we get back up and you should enjoy the fall and the climb," she said. "That's kind of what I tried to share on the Housewives."

She continued, "So I don't know how they're going to do without me. I pity the fool who's gonna be the next target."

Locken revealed why she decided to walk away from the show after four seasons.

"I am the original Dallas housewife and the show was very centralized around me, which was one of the honestly also one of the reasons why I chose to take a break, because the responsibility of constantly being everyone's target is not fun," she told DailyMailTV.

However, just because she will not appear on Season 5 of RHOD, doesn't mean she is done with television. Locken teased that she will be back on the small screen soon and had several projects lined up before the pandemic struck.

She added, "God made me to be entertaining. And if I'm not entertaining myself, I sure as hell hope I'm entertaining someone else."

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