Brandi Glanville has taken to Twitter to again blast what she says are media lies. On Tuesday, June 10, right after Radar Online published an article stating that the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star is having trouble finding a home for her and her two sons because landlords refuse to rent to her, Brandi denied the story.
In her first tweet, Brandi wrote that she had a one-year lease on her last house and when the lease was up, the owner simply decided to sell the property. She said that there's nothing else to the story and implored people to "stop making up BS articles."
Brandi then posted another tweet in which she added that the owners of the last house actually offered to sell her the house but she declined so they sold it to someone else.
Not everyone is buying Brandi's statements however. Several people replied to her tweets to say that it can't be the whole story since right after she returned from filming "Celebrity Apprentice" in New York City," she fired off tweets blasting the landlord. Indeed, in early May, she tweeted that her "shady" landlord was double charging her for two weeks rent. What did Brandi think about that? Her hashtag "#gof**kurself" pretty much summed it up.
Whatever housing problems Brandi Glanville may have had, it seems to be all over now, at least for the time being. On Wednesday, June 11, she tweeted that she's excited about her day because she's signing the lease on her new home. If everything works out, viewers of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" will likely see it on the upcoming season.
It has been reported that almost all of the housewives from season four, sans Carlton Gebbia and Joyce Giraud, both of whom were let go after only one season, have signed on to star in season five. The only holdout is Lisa Vanderpump, who is upset over how she was treated by the other housewives last season. Considering the major falling out that she had with Brandi, it's unlikely that she'll be coming to any housewarming party if there is one.