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'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Lisa Vanderpump, husband react to lies

Lisa Vanderpump and Ken Todd of "RHOBH."
Lisa Vanderpump and Ken Todd of "RHOBH."
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"Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star, Lisa Vanderpump, and her husband, Ken Todd, are accusing Brandi Glanville of spreading lies about them filing for bankruptcy. RadarOnline reported Feb. 12 that the Vanderpumps are disgusted with their co-star for allegations she has made.

Brandi started this thing in a podcast interview by saying "certain people" on the show want to "project this perfect persona" that they would like the fans to believe.

Brandi said, “Like Lisa Vanderpump used to live deep in the Valley and was filing for bankruptcy — and she doesn’t want to talk about that. That’s interesting to me.”

Lisa did not take kindly to Brandi's insinuations. The two "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" stars have been at each others throats off-air since the season 4 of the show began. From here on out, viewers will see things get progressively worse between them on-air.

“For the LAST time, we have never filed bankruptcy!” Lisa tweeted..adding, “Also Calabasas ‘deep in the valley’ as you say, [I] never lived.”

Brandi supposedly said these things because Lisa told her all of this, but a source close to Lisa Vanderpump said she has never filed for bankruptcy or lived in the valley.

Lisa's husband also defended himself in the allegations Brandi Glanville has made.

“I have worked very hard to establish my reputation as a businessman and your lies threaten my name and character. I have never filed for bankruptcy in my life,” Ken said.

Why would Brandi say these things about the Vanderpumps? Even if it were true -- which is actually hard to believe -- why would she need to call it out with such mean intentions?

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