VH1’s hit reality TV series Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta just lost one of its stars!

Fans know that cast member Tommie Lee has a history of getting physically violent with her co-stars on the show — and she even has the rap sheet to prove it! But it looks like she even though she’s known to be a big part of the show's drama, she might have crossed the line for good and the network gave her the ax.

“We were told that Tommie is a ‘security risk’ — like she’s some type of Al Qaeda terrorist. They told us that she had to be let go,” a source revealed to MediaTakeOut.

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The 32-year-old was allegedly fired from the franchise because VH1’s parent company Viacom forced the show’s producers to let her go — and she was only notified of days ago, right in the middle of filming.

Even though it’s unclear whether Tommie was released from the show, she was noticeably missing from a group photo — taken during the LHHATL ladies’ vacation to Jamaica. Cast member Rasheeda Frost posted the photo to Instagram, while Tommie posted a photo of herself enjoying lunch in Miami.

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Tommie is no stranger to physical confrontation. Most recently, Tommie got into a fight with new cast member Tresure P after she invited Tommie out for a pedicure so that she could try to smooth things over with her after the Tommie felt that Tresure threw shade at her by saying she was “low.”

But their second meeting didn’t go so smoothly. Tresure lunged at Tommie after she threw a handful of grapes at her and Tommie grabbed a handful of Tresure’s hair before security had to come in and break them up.

“This trifling nobody has made me forget every last one of my anger management techniques,” Tommie said in her confessional. “Tresure baby, I know you’re new in town—but didn’t anybody give you the memo that I’m not the b—- to play with?”

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