Bravo has been making a lot of changes lately when it comes to the casting for "The Real Housewives" franchise. Now, the network is taking it a step further and changing how the cast gets paid.

"Bravo has rolled out a new talent agreement which doesn’t guarantee the ladies will be featured in every episode," an insider spilled to Radar.

"No one is safe," they added. "They will no longer be giving huge contracts to the returning ladies."

According to the insider, the structure by which the "Housewives" get paid will be changing. Instead of receiving a per season payment, they will now be paid per episode and only for episodes that they appear in -- which the women apparently aren't thrilled about.

"The ladies are uneasy about the new contracts and now they know they have to deliver the drama or risk not getting paid," the source explained. "Everyone is going to have a negotiation about their money."

Right now, the claims surrounding the reality stars paychecks are just hearsay but, based on details involving former "The Real Housewives of Orange County" star Tamra Judge, it's not a far stretch to believe.

READ: 'Real Housewives Of Orange County' Season 15 Cast Update: Here's Who Made The Cut

Tamra, 52, announced she was leaving the long-running show in a social media post on January 25.

"It’s been a wild 12 years. But it’s time for me to move on. I'm sad to go but very excited about my future," she wrote.

Later The Cut Fitness owner revealed she had received a contract to film for Season 15 of the show but only for three episodes and a payout of about $200,000. Bravo executive Andy Cohen later confirmed this on his Sirius XM show.

"She [Tamra] told People magazine that we had offered her three episodes to come back and kind of wrap out her story. That is true. She didn’t want to do that," he explained. "She’s been on the show for 12 years. We wanted to give her a sendoff."

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