Raquel Leviss still not locked in for Vanderpump Rules Season 11

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“Vanderpump Rules” resumes filming Wednesday, but Raquel Leviss’ future on the show is still up in the air.

Sources told TMZ Tuesday that Leviss “still hasn’t said if she’ll be along for the ride” despite both production and her own team “working hard” to get her to return for Season 11.

Leviss, 28, has been receiving treatment for her mental health since filming the Season 10 reunion in March in the midst of extreme backlash over her months-long affair with co-star Tom Sandoval.

TMZ’s insider emphasized that Leviss’ stay at the treatment facility — where she’s been for more than two months — “continues to be her priority.”

The rest of the current cast members — including Sandoval, 40, and his ex-girlfriend Ariana Madix — are all returning, according to the report.

Lala Kent recently confirmed that cameras were set to pick up this week.

“That’s, like, giving me anxiety,” she said during an Amazon livestream Monday. “They sent us what our schedule may look like — it’s subject to change — and I’m just like, ‘Oh, we’re really in it again.’”

Leviss last faced her co-stars at the explosive reunion, which aired in May and June.

During a one-on-one interview with host Andy Cohen, she admitted she was still unsure about returning to the series.

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“Um, I don’t know. It’s in question right now,” Leviss said in an extended version of the reunion on Peacock, adding that she wanted to come back.

A source told Page Six earlier this month that the former beauty pageant queen is eager to continue telling her side of the story upon exiting treatment.

“Raquel looks forward to sharing her story with the unfiltered truth when she comes out,” the insider spilled.

“She is a young woman that is and has been remorseful for her actions and has apologized repeatedly.”

Neither Bravo nor Leviss’ rep immediately returned Page Six’s requests for comment.

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