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Kim Richards' foot injury has landed her in hot water.
During Richards' probation progress report hearing on Wednesday, prosecutors said they were upset that the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star had not completed any of her required community service. Richards previously accepted a plea deal for her April arrest at the Beverly Hills Hotel, pleading guilty to one charge of resisting arrest, and agreeing to complete 30 days of community service and attend 52 AA meetings.
During Wednesday's hearing, it was revealed that Richards is on track to complete the AA requirement, but she hasn't yet performed any of the required community service.
According to Richards' legal team, the 51-year-old is still reeling from injuries to her foot and knee that resulted in nerve damage. They argued that Richards is working on scheduling surgery, but her capability for movement is limited at this time.
Prosecutors questioned, however, why Richards had been photographed recently wearing high heels on a red carpet and filming for the Bravo reality show.
"If she is wearing heels, it is on the red carpet or in situations where she only needs to wear them for a few minutes," a source close to Richards tells ET. "She isn't out there jogging in her high heels. Kim will be prepared with the proper documentation [at the next court hearing]."
The next status hearing in Richards' case has been set for June 1, when the judge will determine whether she has completed any community service or if she is in violation of her probation.
In July, Richards spoke to ET exclusively about her struggle with staying sober, and what led to her public outburst last year.
"I love sobriety," she told ET's Nischelle Turner. "I've always loved sobriety, and relapsing was very hard for me. It was not easy. I have to say, don't take this wrong, but I really wanted to go to treatment because I needed a break from what I was going through at home."