Monique Samuels says that she will never return to Real Housewives of Potomac. During an interview with Hollywood Unlocked, she gave more details as to why she decided not to return to the show. She said, “The tip of the iceberg for me was the third part of that reunion. I was like, ‘This is how we’re going to do it?’ I think what turned me off the most was the fact that a lot of the drama behind the scenes involved my child. That’s how nasty and hateful some of these women were.”

Monique added that she felt the editing of the reunion was biased and failed to contextualize her and Chris’ stances properly. She added that although she signed on to fight with the other housewives, she wasn’t prepared for how the show’s production team would pick and choose who they “protected.”

She explained, “I just said, ‘What am I up against here?’ It’s one thing to be fighting with the women on the show, but at the point where you see decisions that are being made behind the scenes, and then you watch how the reunion unfolds and so much was left out that was very important — people were protected.”

She continued, “People who didn’t deserve protection were protected and explosions and meltdowns that happened weren’t shown, and it really shows you the true character of some hate that these women had. So why would you protect that? Why wouldn’t you put that out there and let people see what’s really going on?”

She added, “Since they wanna protect people that don’t deserve it, I’m like ‘I’ve met my limit. I’m done. I don’t need this, I don’t have to deal with it.’ When you come for my family and my kids on the type of level? Ain’t no going back from there.”

Monique went on to say, “I will never be back on that show because too much has happened and to me, if people were really genuine and they really feel any type of remorse as they try to hold me accountable at a time that I wasn’t ready. Some of these ladies have done some really nasty, disgusting things and I’ve not had one apology in my direction. My husband has not been apologized to.”

She added, “We don’t feel we were treated unfairly — We were treated unfairly. Without a shadow of a doubt, we were. If you could’ve heard some of the questions that weren’t shown, it was like guns a blazin’ in my direction.”