Denise Richards Was Reportedly Made ‘Uncomfortable’ By Brandi Glanville's Claims They Hooked Up - She's Really Happy With Her Husband!
There have been rumors going around that during the new season of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Denise Richards is involved in a lot of drama and now, Brandi Glanville seems to be hinting that she is part of it as well! As it turns out, Denise feels ‘uncomfortable’ about Brandi claiming that they hooked up despite the first woman being in a happy marriage.
This is what an insider tells HollywoodLife!
They went on to elaborate, sharing with the news outlet that ‘Denise was stunned to hear that Brandi was saying they hooked up and she has an open marriage.’
In the meantime, it seems like Brandi has been dropping not-so-subtle hints on social media, saying that it’s hard to keep quiet and that there is also a big difference between romance and a hookup and more!
However, the insider suggested that Denise might feel completely different about the rumors than Brandi.
Allegedly, ‘Brandi has been telling everyone that Denise and Aaron have an open marriage, and Denise is adamant that a hookup never happened. All of this has actually sparked the end of Denise and Brandi’s friendship. Brandi is trying to paint Denise to be a liar and that’s something she’s not. Some of the RHOBH cast has been listening to Brandi, but a lot of them don’t know who to believe.’
‘It’s shaping up to be a huge storyline for the upcoming season, as it’s caused major fighting between the women and a lot of name-calling amongst the cast has occurred,’ they went on to dish.
Brandi is apparently set to be featured in season 10 but only as a Friend of the Housewives.
It doesn’t seem like this has deterred her from getting involved in such explosive drama, however.
As for Denise, she is expected to return as a full-time cast member.
The same source stressed that she and her husband Aaron are very happy together and that their marriage is a healthy one, which is why the storyline with Brandi has made her really ‘uncomfortable.’