The plot thickens in the LeAnn Rimes laxative story. Brandi Glanville claimed her son ate a laxative he found on the ground that had fallen out of LeAnn’s purse because he thought he found a Skittle. Brandi said her son was so excited with the discovery because Rimes and her husband, Eddie Cibrian, don’t allow sugar in their home. However, LeAnn tweeted a photo of a drawer filled with candy on Jan. 9.
Rimes wrote, “Think there’s enough sugar in our house?” The bags of candy shown include Werther’s Originals, Whoppers, Pez, candy canes, chocolate coins, bubble gum and Starbursts.
This certainly contradicts Glanville’s story of the Rimes-Cibrian home being a sugar-free zone. Perhaps the rest of the story is inaccurate as well.
On the other hand, maybe LeAnn posted the photo of the abundance of candy just to make look Brandi look like a misinformed liar. Rimes has recently been accused of alerting photographers of her location and paying them to only post flattering photos.