Former RHOBH Brandi Glanville Is Trying To Stay Relevant By Inserting Herself Into RHOC Train Drama
Real Housewives of Orange County star Kelly Dodd was the subject of her co-stars’ gossip during a recent episode, as cameras caught Vicki Gunvalson, Shannon Beador , Tamra Judge and Braunwyn Windham-Burke discussing Dodd’s alleged cocaine use and adventurous sex life post-divorce. And now, former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville has attempted to insert herself into the drama by talking about the “sex train” rumor on her YouTube channel, and that sparked a Twitter war between Glanville and Judge.
After the August 24th episode of RHOC - when the four ladies talked about Dodd’s sex train rumor - Judge called Dodd “the new Brandi” on Instagram, and Glanville didn’t appreciate the comment. She didn’t respond right away, though. She started by teasing fans on Twitter that she would address the “toxic trick that is Tamara” after enjoying her holiday weekend.
However, Judge wasn’t interested in waiting, and she immediately replied, “looks like someone needs a little attention. Who knew saying ‘kelly is the new Brandi’ she’d lose her s**t. It’s not like I called her a hypothetical a–hole . #calmdowngirl #attorneywatching #heresyourattention #takeitallin.”
This led to a lengthy exchange between the two, with Glanville accusing Judge of being “so predictable” because cowards throw stones and then hide behind their bank accounts so no one can respond.
Judge then accused Glanville of being the first one to throw a stone, which Glanville denied. She then called Judge “loud, predictable, and uninteresting,” to which Judge replied, “You’re on YouTube and the queen of messy, you can’t even keep it interesting on reality TV.”
At that point, Glanville tried to end the back-and-forth by writing that she was drinking and tweeting, so she should stop before she goes low. She then wrote one last line, “Apparently I am the ‘Hypothetical’ a**hole.”
Judge claims that none of the ladies knew they were still filming when they discussed the Dodd rumor. She said that they weren’t mic’d and they had no idea that Bravo recorded the audio. Beador also wrote in an Instagram post that they had no idea there was audio in the car, and Windham-Burke says that Beador spent most of the evening trying to shut down the sex train rumor.
New episodes of Real Housewives of Orange County air Tuesday nights on Bravo.