The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast is under fire. In addition to Brandi Glanville calling her co-stars “c***s” during a recent interview with Howard Stern, as reported by the Inquisitr, Glanville has now added to the drama, claiming Kyle Richards and Lisa Vanderpump aren’t as close as they make it seem on the Bravo reality show.
According to July 1 report by TMZ, Glanville claimed her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-stars’ friendship was all for show while out in New York City on Wednesday.
“They aren’t my friends… I think Kyle and Lisa really hate each other, but they think that people like them together, so they’re pretending to like each other.”
On Twitter, Vanderpump responded.
@TiffineyPMorris another lie…
— Lisa Vanderpump (@LisaVanderpump) July 2, 2015
Although Glanville claimed she was making $500,000 for her role on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, she told the news site she was bummed that she wouldn’t be making more. After all, her Beverly Hills-based co-stars are rumored to be making much, much more than that, with salaries said to be in the $1 million range.
“I’m gonna come back a little bit, but not a lot… I’m bummed about the paycheck, obviously… but I think it’s be healthier for me, because it was a tough year last year… I’m gonna miss the paycheck, but we have other stuff in the mix.”
Glanville joined the Beverly Hills reality show during its second season as a friend of the wives, alongside then-friend Adrienne Maloof. One season later, however, Glanville’s role was upgraded to that of an official housewife.
According to an MSN report, Glanville claimed her Beverly Hills persona evolved in a way she couldn’t control, leading to backlash from her co-stars, as well as fans on social media. As a result, she began feeling that she didn’t belong on the cast — and that producers may be working against her.
“Last year was a really tough year for me because I felt like I played ball with everyone — I gave my all to the show and then when it aired I felt like, ‘Oh my God, they did me no favors in the editing room.’ I got really upset and a little depressed… They’re making a show — they don’t care about us.
I was doing things to my own detriment that I couldn’t explain — like throwing wine in someone’s face and I’m not sure why. I slapped Vanderpump. I really don’t know why. At the end of the day, I got so much hate from social media.”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 6 production is currently underway.
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