On The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills stars Adrienne Maloof and Brandi Glanville have been fiercely arguing. During one particular taping, the fighting between the two ladies became so bad that Adrienne Maloof called Bravo and threatened to quit the show.
One insider claims that Adrienne Maloof demanded her divorce from Dr. Paul Nassif be kept off camera. The insider stated it was to “project certain image of having the perfect life.”
The fighting came about when Brandi Glanville didn’t follow Maloof’s orders and commented on her divorce. When Glanville spoke up about the divorce on the show, it brought the wrath of Adrienne Maloof down on her.
The source stated, “Brandi felt Adrienne was being inauthentic and disregarded her wishes to not discuss her marital problems on camera while the two of them were at dinner. Adrienne kept her cool at first, but she later broke out into a screaming fit with Brandi and the production staff.”
It didn’t take long for Adrienne to find out that the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills camera filmed the fight. The source stated that Maloof went “ballistic” and called Bravo producers and threatened to quit the show.
The network wasn’t overly concerned by Maloof’s blow up. They simply reminded her of their contract agreement that “binds her to the show for the rest of the season.”
Adrienne Maloof believes however that nemesis Lisa Vanderpump behind Glanville’s actions. The source said, “Adrienne feels Lisa put Brandi up to this.”
Catch up with Adrienne Maloof and all the other housewives when The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Monday nights on Bravo.
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