Real Housewives, Real Cash! Denise Richards Signs $4 Million ‘RHOBH’ Contract

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It’s only her first season, but Denise Richards could soon be the highest paid Housewife in history!

Multiple sources told RadarOnline.com exclusively that the actress will rake in about $1 million for her first year on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

According to an insider, she even signed a lucrative contract to earn $4 million in four years, an insider claimed.

“She was guaranteed to appear on the show for four seasons,” the insider claimed.

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Producers are desperate to keep Richards’ salary on the down-low, but according to a source, the cat of our of the bag regarding her big bucks — and her costars are angry.

“The other ladies are pissed off about it,” the source said.

The source insisted Charlie Sheen’s ex, 47, will show her life as a mom to her three kids: Sam, 14, Lola, 13, and Eloise, 7.

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But it’s unclear how much of her tumultuous relationship with Sheen will make it on the small screen.

The former couple certainly has a lot of drama. As Radar previously reported, the ever-erratic Sheen filed court documents to have his $20K-a-month child support to Richards significantly lowered, as he claimed he was “blacklisted” from Hollywood and no longer earning a sizeable income.

But a source told Radar that Richards was furious with her baby daddy’s request, and will fight the filing in court.

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“Denise is going to bring some serious drama to Beverly Hills,” the source insisted.

Other high-paid housewives include RHOA star Nene Leakes, who as Radar reported, made $2 million in 2017, and RHONY star Bethenny Frankel, who made $1.5 million for her 2016 return to the show.

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