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Vanderpump bankruptcy story by Brandi Glanville already has severe consequences

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Lisa Vanderpump and husband Ken Todd live a very glamorous life and each week fans of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” are treated to a look inside their beautiful home.Lisa Vanderpump is not taking Brandi’s bankruptcy claims lightly.

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Vanderpump took to Twitter on Feb. 17, asking that Glanville retract the story. Glanville made the claims on a recent podcast but later blamed co-star Kyle Richards for was responsible for the story. Brandi claimed that Kyle Richards was the one who told her about the bankruptcy.

“Kyle Richards told me, I looked it up and on this site where you pay $9.99 it said yes, they lived off Mulholland drive [sic] in Calabasas”, Glanville told E! News recently.

And Lisa Vanderpump is not taking this lightly at all. On Feb. 17 she took to Twitter several times, asking Brandi Glanville to retract the story, saying that it had already caused damage to her and her husband Ken Todd.

At 1:03 p.m. Vanderpump tweeted:

“I am asking you once again @BrandiGlanville to retract this damaging story, regarding bankruptcy that has been on E news!”

Then at 1:04 p.m. Vanderpump tweeted again, saying:

“It is completely untrue and it already has had severe consequences.”

At 3:04 p.m. Lisa tweeted again:

“It’s unlike me to dignify BS with a response however we were upset as we just saw it on ENEWS…not cool. Anyway back to work at vb….”

At 5:38 p.m. another tweet addressing the bankruptcy:

“At villa Blanca…yes it’s still open not bankrupt, loved seeing you all today, don’t forget to watch my crazy kids on #pumprules tonight.”

Lisa Vanderpump and Ken Todd have been married for over 30 years and have owned many successful businesses both in Europe and the United States.

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