Brandi Glanville is currently on a RHoBH press tour for which she gave an interview with the New York Post and explained that when LeAnn Rimes won the mistress lottery and won Glanville’s ready-made family, the singer took a lot of other things from Glanville too. The divorce left Glanville in the financially-unstable position of not even being able to get credit as she explains below. There’s one soundbite that needs to be above the jump, though, and it’s Glanville concurring that Rimes defaming a school teacher for attention is probably not going to end well: ‘I want the lawsuit to go away. It is not going to end up good for anyone.’ Oh, and I’m not commenting on Glanville’s health situation since who even knows what’s going on when she’s in and out of hospital and tweeting things like: ’I’m high on Xanax and ant biopics tweeting f49m my flight so f y want an honest answe to something ask me now before I pass out… Im hyper, nervous, anxious and heavily dosed with antibiotics my poor driver thinks im crazy.’
- Glanville says her cheating husband absconded and left her broke: ‘I was a 36-year-old woman who couldn’t lease a car and couldn’t lease a house,’ she tells The Post. ’For 13 years, my name wasn’t on one account. I am still building my credit.’
- She ended up with almost nothing in the divorce: ‘We were living way above our means,’ she admits, ‘in a 10,000-square-foot house. There wasn’t a lot to get, honestly.’ Glanville was eventually able to rent a modest, single-story home in LA’s San Fernando Valley, which viewers got a chance to see last week on the opening episode of Housewives. ‘I had to pay the whole year in advance,’ she admits. ‘I had to get my daddy to co-sign.’
- Her ex-husband has forbidden their two sons to appear on the show (but he lets Mistress Tinkle Feet whore their kids out for staged/ paid photo-ops): ‘The kids are not on the show this year,’ she confirms. ‘But my lawyer is working on it.’ She calls Cibrian ‘hypocritical’ because ‘he does red carpets and all these paparazzi shoots with them. It is the same difference…’
- On sharing custody of their sons; Jake, 5, and Mason, 9: ‘When I am working I don’t get to see my children,’ she says. ‘And that is not OK with me.’
- She is no longer speaking to Rimes, who is suing a pair of Glanville supporters for what the country singer alleges is Internet bullying: ‘I want the lawsuit to go away,’ Glanville says. ‘It is not going to end up good for anyone. I want LeAnn to be fine. And to be happy. Just take my husband and go away.’
- Glanville says her children will one day learn the details of their father’s infidelity from a book she has just completed: ‘For now they just know that Daddy fell in love with somebody else,’ she says.
- Glanville, meanwhile, is single but enjoying a ‘friends with benefits’ arrangement with an unnamed Los Angeles businessman: ‘I am treating this show as a platform and a window,’ she says. ‘If it is gone tomorrow, I made the most of it. I joke that I whore myself out to anyone that will pay me. But that is kind of what is happening.’