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‘RHOBH’ star Brandi Glanville threatens lie detector to prove her story

Brandi Glanville

“The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Brandi Glanville has been adamant about the story that Lisa Vanderpump put the tabloids in Brandi's bags in hopes that Brandi would confront Kyle Richards about the cheating rumours regarding Mauricio Umansky. However, Lisa claims she would never do such a thing and their co-stars believe that they are split on the issue. According to a new Radar Online report published on March 11, “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Brandi Glanville is now revealing that she is willing to take a lie detector test to prove that she is telling the truth about the tabloids.

“I feel bad about Puerto Rico, but it didn’t have to get ugly. That’s in Lisa’s hands,” Kyle has revealed. And Lisa revealed that she left the hotel behind because “it’s complicated.” Yolanda didn’t think that it was a big deal, including Lisa and Ken apologizing for their behavior. “They don’t think they owe us an apology for anything. I haven’t seen Beyonce with that kind of an attitude,” Yolanda revealed after her fight with Lisa and Ken.

And despite the tension in the group, Lisa asked Kyle to figure out whether she wanted to continue with their friendship. Lisa has denied knowing anything about the tabloids, even though both Brandi and Yolanda claims it happens. Kyle is in the middle, not knowing who to believe. “It’s up to you what you believe. It doesn’t matter to me anymore. I can’t persuade you,” Lisa told Kyle. “I took the good with the bad. Nobody is perfect…. I don’t want to hold a grudge, but I need to know you’re my friend, and you care about me,” Kyle replied.

It sounds like Kyle and Lisa will have to talk about their friendship over the reunion to see if they should continue to be friends. It sounds like Kyle would love to see those lie detector test results to help her make up her mind.

What do you think? Should Brandi take a lie detector test?

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