LeAnn Rimes and "Real Housewives" star Brandi Glanville have never gotten along and according to a March 30 report by RadarOnline, the two are having some very public issues once again. Brandi's son, Mason, was rushed the the hospital by ambulance and she did not notify her ex, Eddie Cibrain of the medical emergency. LeAnn Rimes is currently married to Eddie.
Glanville took 10-year-old Mason and her younger son, Jake, to New York with her where she was making promotional appearances. While there, Mason had to be rushed to the hospital by ambulance and spent eight hours in the emergency room. Even though he is okay and is recovering now, Brandi did not let LeAnn or Eddie know that there was anything wrong. Rimes told her followers,
"Got a text from a friend at 4:30am asking if Mason was ok. THANK GOD! Mason just called Eddie himself!! It's been a panicked morning not knowing anything and Mason being all the way across the US. Relieved to know he's ok."
Once the friend told Eddie Cibrian and LeAnn Rimes that his son was in the emergency room, it was hours before they were able to contact him. It wasn't Brandi that ended up letting them know, though. Mason ended up calling his dad hours later.
Back in 2010, Mason ended up in the emergency room when he fell while visiting Eddie and LeAnn. Brandi was not happy that she was not told what happened right away. She told E! News,
“All I know is I didn’t get a phone call. Poor choice. Bad parenting. I don’t know how exactly it happened, but Mason told me LeAnn had oil on her hardwood floors and he fell. Eddie didn’t bother to call me and I showed up to Mason’s soccer game that day only to get a text from Eddie afterwards saying Mason wouldn’t be playing since he was in the ER all morning.”
When Mason was 7 years old, he became sick when he swallowed a laxative while at Eddie and LeAnn's home. Glanville was very upset when she was not told about the incident quickly enough.
LeAnn Rimes says of Eddie not being notified of Mason's emergency room visit,
“My husband need (sic) to be notified. Period.”