If “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” fans had any expectations that castmate Brandi Glanville might end her feud with LeAnn Rimes, they can think again.
The model-turned-reality star is on tour promoting her memoir -- “Drinking & Tweeting: And Other Brandi Blunders” -- but has promised that once the tour is done, she will cool it with Rimes and her ex-husband, Eddie Cibrian; however, that’s apparently not stopping her from launching full-speed attacks on them now.
In a recent excerpt from Glanville’s book, she makes several damning claims against Rimes, including that she witnessed the country singer make moves on her then-husband when she didn’t know that Brandi was watching.
According to Life & Style, which exclusively obtained the excerpt, Glanville knew that there was something going on between Cibrian and Rimes when she watched the two on the set of their 2008 Lifetime movie “Northern Lights.”
“LeAnn had ‘accidentally’ smeared some cake frosting on her top (she was still a bigger girl and completely flat-chested at the time) and asked my husband, not realizing that I was standing behind the both of them, if he wanted lick it off her,” Glanville writes in her book. “This woman asked my husband if he wanted to eat the frosting mess she’d dropped on her nonexistent chest? ... He hadn’t realized I was there, either, and he laughed with hungry eyes at the suggestion.”
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Glanville also details Cibrian’s passionate denial of the affair, and later, his promise to her that he would never marry Rimes. According to Glanville, “That was just one of the countless lies he told me.”
Perhaps most shocking of all is Glanville’s claim that to get back at Cibrian after their split, she had a vaginoplasty procedure and charged it to his credit card.
“This pretty intense surgery had an even more intense price tag: $12,000 … A brand-new vagina would be an Eddie-free vagina … I decided that since Eddie had ruined my vagina for me, he could pay for a new one. I gave [the doctor's office] Eddie’s credit card number.”
Despite all the drama between her ex and his new wife, Glanville said that she is ultimately grateful for the wake-up call from her divorce. “I would like to thank my ex-husband, Edward Cibrian, for giving me all the material I could ever need to write this book and for helping me discover the strong independent woman inside of me,” she said in the book.
“Drinking & Tweeting: And Other Brandi Blunders” is scheduled to be released on Feb. 12.