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Lisa Vanderpump claims Brandi Glanville has been "horrible" since 'RHOBH' feud

Lisa Vanderpump opened up about her ongoing feud with Brandi Glanville during Sunday's episode of "Beyond Candid with Guiliana Rancic."

Lisa Vanderpump and David Furnish attend 'An Evening Under The Stars' Benefiting The L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center on October 19, 2013 in Los Angeles, California.
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According to Vanderpump, Glanville has “been horrible” since the pair had a falling out while filming the fourth season of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."

Glanville has said “horrible things about me; I don’t want to give it too much credence, it’s just to keep deflecting, keep denying, and the fact is that once something is out there it can stick and that’s upsetting," Vanderpump explained to Rancic during the interview, according to a May 12 report by Radar Online. "But I don’t retaliate: I mean I could throw every name out there, it’s an easy target, but I’m not going to. There are some downsides and this season has been particularly difficult.”

Although Vanderpump used to be a fan favorite, her season four persona turned many fans against her. Instead of seeing the caring, sweet Vanderpump fans had seen in seasons prior, they saw a different side of Vanderpump on season four -- a much colder, calculating version.

During the show, Vanderpump explained to Rancic that the hardest thing for her to get through on season court was the awkward confrontation between her and the majority of her co-stars, including Yolanda Foster, Kyle Richards and Kim Richards, during a cast trip to Puerto Rico.

“When the four of them get together and on the same page, it’s very difficult,” she said. “The attacks and it became so emotional for me I thought, ‘What am I doing?' I still have to work and run my businesses, and I really could do without the emotional BS that this show has kind of put me through.”

Unlike some of the wives, Vanderpump is a hard-working woman, in charge of three Los Angeles restaurants and her Bravo spin-off, "Vanderpump Rules," which takes fans inside her West Hollywood hotspot, SUR Restaurant.

Because of her success, Vanderpump suspects that her co-stars may be jealous. Speaking to Rancic, Vanderpump explained that although many stars have spoken publicly, claiming to support her, not many have.

As for whether or not she will continue on with the series, Vanderpump wouldn't say for sure. However, she did hint at when the end will come.

“I’m not in this business or on this show to put down my cast mates or get into a b*tchfest, that’s not who I am, and I think if that day comes then I should leave,” Vanderpump said.

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