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Ken Todd hints at legal action against Brandi Glanville for bankruptcy claim

Is Brandi Glanville soon to face another threatened lawsuit from one of her "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" co-stars? She may be. On Monday, Feb. 10, Lisa Vanderpump's husband, Ken Todd, told Brandi to retract her claim about their bankruptcy.

Brandi Glanville attends the HBO 'Boardwalk Empire' season premiere hosted by Sean 'Diddy' Combs at the Carondelet House on September 6, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.
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"I have worked very hard to establish my reputation as a businessman & your lies threaten my name & character," he tweeted, making sure to direct it to Brandi.

He followed up with another tweet that was more threatening.

"I have never filed for bankruptcy in my life. Slander is illegal, please retract," he tweeted again to Brandi.

Lisa herself has already denied Brandi's claim and said that it's slander.

However, as some people have pointed out to Ken, Brandi didn't actually say that Lisa filed for bankruptcy during her PodcastOne show, only that "she was filing for bankruptcy." Perhaps Ken and Lisa are also saying that they have never even started a bankruptcy process.

The whole messy affair is reminiscent of when Brandi claimed that Adrienne Maloof was threatening her with a lawsuit over her revelation that she used a surrogate during the show's third season. At that time, Ken defended Brandi and said that "friends don't sue friends."

Ken's probably regretting that he stuck up for Brandi now!

Do you think that Lisa Vanderpump and Ken Todd would actually take legal action against Brandi Glanville?

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