Brandi Glanville is feuding with yet another housewife. The 41-year-old "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star wrote a scathing open letter about costar Joyce Giraud on Facebook Sunday. In the message, Glanville slams the beauty queen for allegedly making harmful remarks against her.
"Joyce's ongoing comments, accusations and labels have endangered my family and cost me jobs, and opportunities," the "Drinking and Tweeting" author wrote. "As a single mother supporting my two little boys and running a household by myself, I hope Joyce feels really really good about what she is doing to my family as she sits a top her mansion with her giant diamond ring and zero worries. During the filming of this season there is a defining moment when you will get to see the exact kind of person Joyce truly is and trust me its not pretty."
The Bravo star claimed that Giraud, 38, labels her as "a racist" in the upcoming Monday, Dec. 23 episode of RHOBH. The accusation follows a controversial comment Glanville made towards Giraud on the Dec. 9 episode of the show. When Giraud, a Puerto Rican actress and model, told her costars she couldn't swim, Glanville replied, "You're a black person." She later apologized for the remark on Andy Cohen's "Watch What Happens Live!," explaining, "I know what I said was definitely inappropriate, but I say a lot of inappropriate things. I'm not racist, I'm just inappropriate 90 percent of the time!"
Since she's apologized, Glanville argues that Giraud should now put an end to the feud.
". . . The second any press would listen, Joyce was giving interview after interview about me needing rehab or me being prejudice or anything me and all negative," she wrote in her open letter. "This speaks volumes about her need for attention her vicious ambition and her true colors. I really hope this woman can stop obsessing over what she thinks my issues are and focus on the help she needs to get for herself."
But it doesn't sound like Glanville's message was received. "Have asked about the "open letter" Brandi wrote on FB. Slightly comedic that she blames her behavior on me," Giraud tweeted. "Wish they would show EVERYTHING."
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