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Brandi Glanville thinks Lisa Vanderpump used her for 'Vanderpump Rules'

Brandi Glanville visits SiriusXM Studios on November 11, 2013 in New York City.
Brandi Glanville visits SiriusXM Studios on November 11, 2013 in New York City.
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Brandi Glanville just can't understand why Lisa Vanderpump keeps allegedly putting her around Scheana Marie.

Since Scheana was one of Eddie Cibrian's mistresses (their relationship began in 2006), seeing her is a reminder of what Brandi went through years ago. So, when she sees Scheana at certain events which have been held by Lisa, she feels as if it is a blatant attack.

"I truly just want to have an honest conversation with her," Brandi wrote in her Bravo blog, according to a March 13 report on Reality Tea. "As we all know I am not on Vanderpump Rules. I have repeatedly asked Lisa to not bring Scheana around me anymore. She promised she wouldn't — but she did and without even a warning."

For weeks now, both Lisa and Scheana Marie have gone public, insisting that Lisa was never aware of Scheana's past with Eddie, but Brandi is convinced of otherwise.

Also in her blog, Brandi pointed out that Scheana had never even worked at SUR until the night of their "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" finale party. Prior to that, she worked only at Villa Blanca, another Lisa-owned restaurant.

"Why was she at SUR? Lisa is incredibly close to all of her employees, as you see on her show. How on earth did she not know about Scheana and Edddie?" Brandi asked. "Why the f**k was Scheana at SUR that night? Also if Lisa didn't know why would she constantly ask me to interact with this woman that reminded me of the most horrific time in my life. Does Lisa care about me, or am I just part of Vanderpump Rules?"

Brandi continues to claim that Lisa has used her for "Vanderpump Rules," but the fact of the matter is that, as Brandi said, she is not on the show, so how is that she feels that she is owed credit for the series? It's beyond far-fetched. "Vanderpump Rules" is doing even better than "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" at this point, so if Brandi is popular that she could allegedly make "Vanderpump Rules" a success, why hasn't she made her own show even more of a success?

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