It’s been a war of words this season on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” as Brandi Glanville and Adrienne Maloof continue to accuse one another of lying. On the Feb. 11 episode of the hit Bravo reality show, Maloof turned up at Lisa Vanderpump’s tea party and flatly denied suing Glanville for spreading malicious rumors about her family. But Glanville reiterated that she had proof: A letter from Maloof’s lawyer and a stack of legal bills.You can check out the blowout here.
On Monday night’s edition of “Watch What Happens Live,” fellow “Housewives” star Taylor Armstrong chimed in on the subject, saying: “Adrienne’s a liar, and I’m tired of the lies.” While she agreed that Brandi was in the wrong for blurting out a Maloof surrogacy secret on-camera, she added: “At the end of the day, friends don’t sue friends.”
On her blog for Bravo, Armstrong wrote: “I still don't think we got a straight answer from Miss Maloof as usual. I have put up with three years of deception. I'm done! She denied agreeing to be Kennedy's godmother on the steps of a church. Lie. She didn't back me when she knew I was being abused. Brandi has no filter but … friends don't sue friends!”
Newbie “RHOBH” star Yolanda Foster also voiced her opinion on the situation on her blog: “Intimidation with status and financial power is to me the worst quality a rich person can have. I saw Adrienne do it to Brandi, actually she threatened her with an ‘Oh boy she is going to get slapped with a fat old lawsuit’ for all of us to see… Then she denied it, so why would I not doubt her integrity?”
While the lawsuit status is still unclear, Maloof recently told Life & Style that she had planned to tell her 6 -year old sons about their birth at a later time. “Brandi took away something so precious from our family,” she said. “Brandi did destroy our family.”
According to the magazine, Glanville said she didn’t think there was anything wrong with what she said.
“We all knew it already,” she told Life & Style. “She would always lie about it. It’s not that big of a deal. They’re still your children, just somebody else had to carry them.”
In the Philadelphia area, “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” airs on Mondays at 8:00 p.m. on Bravo.