It's never easy being one of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills…and apparently it's not easy being one of their assistants either. Just ask Brandi Glanville's assistant who was recently (kind of) thrown under the bus by her boss about a missing dog. Brandi's Chihuahua was stolen…although Brandi isn't sure if the poor pooch was just lost by her assistant.
Regardless, co-star Taylor Armstrong is crying foul. Lost or stolen, Taylor thinks that Brandi is just creating another publicity stunt to keep her name in the media. Well, if anyone would know what that looks like…
It wouldn't be the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills if there wasn't pettiness and jealousy involved, right? As we wait with baited breath to find out who all will be joining the cast, the rumors are already swirling about newcomers and how they are being received by the original ladies. We all know that Kyle Richards doesn't like younger, richer, more attractive versions of herself, and it seems sister Kim is the same…
With former beauty queen and actress Joyce Giraud all but confirmed for the upcoming season, there are whispers of discord and envy radiating from the group…even from Brandi Glanville! That's disappointing. She should remember how hard it was to be the new girl!
Paul Nassif really scored some rotten luck in the whole marriage game. First he got stuck with Adrienne Maloof and her lawyer's hoofs – and thrown on the side of the proverbial plate like a wilted piece of gross parsley is Chef Bernie. Gag.
In the thick of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills stars' super acrimonious divorce, Bernie got on Facebook and posted photos that showed Paul's alleged physical abuse against Adrienne. In response Paul filed a lawsuit against Bernie.
Well now the status of an employment contract possibly signed (possibly unsigned) by both parties could affect the legitimacy of Paul's suit!
A frantic Brandi Glanville took to Twitter last night to ask for help finding her dog Chica who went missing late last night.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star begged her fans for help, "My dog Chica is lost please help! Call me." She shared a photo of Chica (see below) and then offered up a $10,000 reward to anyone in the area who could find her family pet.
You can always count on Brandi Glanville to bring the LOLs to reality drama. She bounced back from a very public divorce with ex Eddie Cibrian after he cheated on her with former country star LeAnn Rimes. When Eddie and LeAnn wed, Brandi allowed herself to indulge in some petty behavior and public feuding, but now she just lets her unfiltered mouth and brash humor fight her battles for her.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star recently donated $500 to Kim Smiley, the teacher who is being sued by LeAnn for cyber-bullying her on Twitter and subsequently recording a phone call with the singer–after LeAnn called her to discuss proper fan Twitter etiquette. The money goes towards the defense of the lawsuit. That's quite a way to get back at the woman who touts herself a fertile bonus mom to whatever media outlet will listen!
Brandi Glanville's first book, Drinking and Tweeting and Other Brandi Blunders, was such a big hit (NY Times Best Seller and possibly a movie) that she scored a second book deal. Brandi recently dished some of the details on book #2 and it should be a fun and saucy read for Brandi fans.
Brandi won't be writing as much about ex-husband Eddie Cibrian and his new wife, but they will most likely be part of a chapter on co-parenting after divorce. "Like my first book, there won't be any filters. I'm calling it as I see it and not holding anything back, even when I probably should. This second book will be filled with lots of drama, blunders, sordid details, and, of course, hashtags. I'm a bit wiser after having written my first book, but the craziness continues with co-parenting nightmares, exes, boyfriends, parties, sex, drinking, tweeting and everything else that makes my life such an adventure."
Camille recently admitted to Star that producers told her she was too sensitive to continue on reality television. She confesses, "I wasn’t fired. The producers and I talked — they felt I’m too sensitive for reality TV. They said, “You know, you just don’t have the constitution for this,” and I said, “You’re probably right!” I have to agree, Camille seemed to take things way too seriously at times.