Real Housewives of Dallas star Brandi Redmond’s life has been a roller coaster lately. In January of 2020, a Twitter user posted a video of Brandi mocking Asian people. As a result, Brandi checked into a wellness center. Brandi’s ride-or-die friend, Stephanie Hollman, defended Brandi, saying that she was not a racist, but that “she made a horrible mistake.”
Season 5 RHOD newbie Tiffany Moon, who is Chinese, discussed the video and its effects with Brandi. Then Tiffany moved on, even if Brandi couldn’t. During the season finale, the Dallas ladies stayed at Southfork Ranch, the setting for the legendary television series, Dallas. Brandi and Kary Brittingham drunkenly murdered part of J.R Ewing’s bedroom. It was an embarrassing “situation,” thanks mostly to Kary.
To say Real Housewives of Dallas star Brandi Redmond has had a tumultuous couple of years is putting it mildly. After publicly berating former cast member LeeAnne Locken for making fun of Kary Brittingham’s heritage, Brandi found herself at the center of her own tone deaf drama. In an odd coincidence, after Brandi made a video mocking Asians, RHOD’s first Asian cast member came on board for Season 5. Now Brandi often struggles making basic conversation when newbie Tiffany Moon is in the room.
Brandi’s family also suffered a devastating loss. Bryan Redmond’s mom lost her life in a car accident that included Brandi’s daughter in the vehicle. Thankfully, Brinkley Redmond wasn’t injured. After Brandi announced a surprise pregnancy, it seemed the black clouds were beginning to part. Unfortunately, a nasty little rumor never that seemed to go away suddenly gained more fuel. In the past, people have side-eyed Bryan’s fidelity. Earlier this month, a video leaked that seemingly looked like Bryan getting busy at da club with a woman, who was definitely not Brandi. Now Kameron Westcott shares her thoughts on… The Bryan Tapes.
We are sending positive thoughts to Real Housewives of Dallas cast member Brandi Redmond and her family.
She has shared both grief and gratitude after a tragic car accident. Brand’s mother-in-law Jill Marie Redmond did not survive the accident. Brandi and Bryan Redmond’s daughter Brinkley Redmond was in the car as well. Brinkley survived the accident. It is unclear if she sustained an injuries at this time.