"Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Brandi Glanville was forced to move out of her Beverly Hills home this past week. As if she doesn't have enough trouble with her ongoing child custody battles and the constant rumors that she is broke, Glanville set tongues wagging once again as she packed up and moved into a temporary home. A Friday report by Radar Online claims that Brandi Glanville was forced to move out of her Beverly Hills home because the landlord wanted to up her rent.
Despite having already secured a furnished home for herself and children, Glanville referred to herself as homeless in a self-pitying tweet. She said, "Interesting what friends give me a hard time when we are stressed out and homeless." Apparently she has a different definition of the word "homeless" than most others. Not much time had passed before she tweeted again and said, "I'm loving our new digs in BH."
Brandi goes on to thank her movers, making sure to note that she is in "good hands." She was also vocal on Twitter about the reason for her move. Apparently the landlord double charged her for 2 weeks rent. At least that's what she is claiming. In her profanity laced Twitter account, Brandi talks about how shadiness of the owner of her former home.
Glanville is known to make up a story or two to get some sympathy. Who knows if she moved out because the landlord truly is shady or if she just couldn't pony up the rent anymore. She has two jobs though between "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" and "Celebrity Apprentice" so why is she having so many financial problems still?
Brandi Glanville has complained that she had to build her credit after the split with Eddie Cibrian. She claims her name was on nothing and she had to pay a year in advance on her first lease. She also said Eddie now wants child support from her and she doesn't feel like she should have to pay up.
What do you think of Glanville's current "homeless" claims? Is she just being extra dramatic again? Leave your opinion of this "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star in the comments below.