Sources tell TMZ that once the money matter was settled, the parties agreed to dissolve their marriage no problem! Apparently the secret sauce to working things out was getting extended families involve. Both Paul's brother Chris Nassif and Adrienne's brother Joe Maloof led the pair through financial mediation so no one felt they were getting screwed.
The former couple released a joint statement today:
"We're happy to announce we have reached agreement on a settlement. There has been so much untrue negative innuendo and destructive rumors beyond our control … We want the best for each other and we're confident we can help each other make a continuing positive impact with our children. Our goal is for our children to have stable and nurturing relationships with both of us so we can all find as much happiness as possible. We appreciate the good wishes we continue to receive from our supporters around the world."
If there's one word that isn't in Brandi Glanville's vocab, it would have to be "sugar-coated". One of the things I adore about Brandi's sassy style is that she just says whatever is on her mind. She doesn't worry about being PC, nor does she care that others will get ticked at her. Brandidoesn't hide a single thought.
A perfect example is her most recent interview. Brandi let it all hang out – addressing her issues withTaylor Armstrong and Adrienne Maloof, explaining how hard it was to get used to the craziness of the show and more!
Brandi says that the drama on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is the real deal. Including the infamous "Games Night" episode last year when Kim Richards hid her crutches. Brandi says nobody could help her out of that situation. "I’m still scarred from that night. When I watch that scene, I get knots in my stomach, because I remember how horrible it was. I was crying at one point (during filming), and I remember one of the producers—you can’t break the wall, but there are producers everywhere—and I was like, I just want to leave, can someone get my crutches? And his face, he couldn’t do anything. I wasn’t used to it yet, so I didn’t know, like, no one could do anything. I was like, get me the f*** out of here."
Gracious alive, those women from Real Housewives of Beverly Hills have more money than they know what to do with! When they're done installing five-star spas into guest houses, purchasing 10,000 square foot vacation homes, and buying a fleet of private jets, what do they do with the extra money? Do they bathe in it? Set it on fire and laugh? Use it as toilet paper? I am just so enthralled.
All of the women on this franchise are rich beyond my wildest imagination, but given recent and past turmoil, it just goes to show that money can't buy you happiness. It also can't prevent one from having to go through awful experiences. I think I'll stay comfortably poor, a-thank-you-very-much!
Today's RHOBH news focuses on Adrienne Maloof who is going through a contentious divorce with plastic surgeon husband Paul Nassif, as well as housewife newbie Yolanda Foster who has endured several health scares in the past. None of it is pretty, and it makes me very thankful for my meager lifestyle.
Oh Brandi Glanville! I love when you open your mouth because we never know what is going to come pouring out of it! The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star is notorious for not having a filter when it comes to speaking her mind. Sometimes it's hilarious, sometimes it misses the mark, and sometimes we're left scratching our heads wondering just what point she was hoping to convey. Today, we cover all three of those bases!
With the upcoming premiere of Season 3, the women of RHOBH have been making the rounds and chatting with any media outlet that will listen. Brandi has a lot to talk about, whether it's her strained relationship with her ex-husband's new wife, her new book, or a bunch of other gibberish that seems to spew from her mouth. She's a piece of work, that one!
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Having to go through such a personal and private matter in such a public forum is no doubt extremely difficult. Not to mention, they both have to go through it the first time and then re-watch it with the rest of the world. I'll just stay behind my computer…I'd rather not have to deal with all of that!
I don't think any marriage counselor ever would advise you to go on a reality show if you and your spouse were having issues…especially not on one of the housewives franchises. The Bravo freight train is riddled with divorce. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think that of all the cities, Real Housewives of New Jersey is the only series that hasn't had a resulting divorce…and we all saw how well those ladies' marriages looked last night, right?
The couple have been going back and forth, slinging around accusations of abuse and emergency orders left and right. Finally, it seems that sanity has won, and they are prepared to move forward with the best interests of their children in mind. What a novel idea!