Skip to main content
Report this ad

See also:

‘RHOBH’ star Brandi Glanville talks meth, hookups and truth in new book

Brandi Glanville

“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Brandi Glanville has been filming the show for some time and she has been saying some things that have rattled people. In fact, she accused her co-star of doing meth and she has openly talked about things that people don't enjoy hearing about. According to a new Radar Online report published on Feb. 12, “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Brandi Glanville is now speaking out on the infamous white-party hookup bathroom, and meth.

Brandi is now speaking out about the infamous white party, where she supposedly made out with a man in Kyle’s bathroom. “I was labeled a whore because a made out with a hot guy in the bathroom at a party at one a.m.,” she writes. “Go ahead and sue me! I freely admit this totally happened. Were we having sex? Absolutely not. My fellow housewife Lisa Vanderpump stopped us before we had the chance!” However, she was labeled as having sex in the bathroom. “That’s not to say we wouldn’t have,” she admits. “It was late and we were drinking … I didn’t realize that two grown-a** adults kissing in a private room would be such an issue for these women.”

In her first book, Brandi admits to popping pills after her divorce, but she doesn’t want to take responsibility for it. “I wanted to blame my ex-husband for every pill I ever popped,” she writes, adding that she did enjoy a Lexapro once in a while. “He was the reason I could single-handedly keep a [liquor store in business]. I convinced myself that the heartache he caused me was the reason I sat in a Beverly Hills jail cell overnight after getting slapped with a charge of driving under the influence. …Everything was his fault.”

Back in 2011, she accused Kim Richards of being on crystal meth during the infamous game night. Now, she admits, “Everybody knows I run my mouth way too much and sometimes I’m right, but not always #SorryKimRichards. I hope that’s why people who watch the show can relate to me,” she writes. “I believe on some level that everybody is a little f*cked up.” In other words, she didn’t do meth, but she does want to talk about it.

What do you think?

Report this ad