During the boardroom discussion, Leakes told Trump that Warwick told her she was leaving.
"For her to deny I had asked her really got under my skin," Warwick said. "She had to lie."
When other team members also turned on her, Warwick decided to leave: "I felt like we were going down a road I wasn't used to traveling. It was about dignity, and I decided to fire myself. It was getting to the point where this 50-year-old career would have been in jeopardy, and I was not going to let that be tampered with. It was best for those ladies to do what they do and leave me out of it."
Despite her run-ins, Warwick said she is looking forward to reuniting with the cast in the season finale.
"I'm sure it will be a completely positive experience," Warwick said.
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