Former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Brandi Glanville let loose during an interview with Sirius XM host Howard Stern Wednesday. The reality star quit the series after years with the show, and she has a good reason why: She can’t stand her former co-stars. The “Drinking and Tweeting” author added that she didn’t like the way she was portrayed on “RHOBH.”
Once the topic of her co-stars came up, Glanville went off. She cleared up rumors that she wasn’t fired from “RHOBH,” and her disdain for the women she shared the screen with came through crystal clear.
"Here's what sucks, and this is why they're c----," she told Stern, according to Us Weekly. "They are. Because they're saying I got fired, I'm in the process of moving, trying to rent a house for my two children, and no one will rent to me because they don't think I have a job. They're like, 'Are you sure you're not fired?' I'm like, 'I have 10 other jobs, I have a new show that I'm gonna be doing that I can't talk about yet, and a development deal with a really big network. So I have jobs, and I wasn't fired from the Housewives.' "
The 42-year-old must have been really unhappy with the show, because she passed up a major payday. When she first appeared on the series as a “friend,” she made $16,000. But when she was promoted to a full-time star, she earned more than $100,000. And Bravo reportedly was willing to fork over more money if Glanville stayed.
But the show had really gotten the best of her. She constantly feuded with veteran Housewives Kyle Richards and Lisa Vanderpump -- including throwing wine and slapping Vanderpump. The drama created a social media backlash and Glanville didn’t want to deal with it anymore.
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