Stephanie Hollman is another housewife that joined the cast of The Real Housewives of Dallas and during the first episode, Stephanie and her friend, Brandi Redmond, were caught talking about how much they love drinking their “Jesus Juice.” Of course, they are referring to wine, and the two quickly started sharing their stories about being under the influence, peeing in bushes and just getting together to drink. For a brief moment, it did seem like these two may just drink too much when they are together, but Hollman doesn’t appear to take it too seriously. Instead, she wants to focus on the drama that’s already unfolding on The Real Housewives of Dallas.
According to a new Bravo report, Stephanie may be glad that she’s filming the show with her friend, Brandi, as drama has already surfaced during the first episode. Even though Stephanie’s scenes focused on drinking wine and having fun with her friend, she admits that she does plenty of charity work. And maybe it was Locken’s way of putting down the other women that had Hollman furious.
“I do not understand LeeAnne. She seemed to target Brandi and me by putting us down the entire episode. I felt like she wanted it to appear like she was this charitable gift to Dallas and Brandi and I were just going to events to drink and get away from our children,” Hollman revealed in her blog.
It is possible that these two ladies have a history with their co-star. Stephanie Hollman didn’t seem too happy with the way things went down during the first episode, as she felt she was being labeled for not doing enough charity work. Stephanie adds in her blog that she has indeed done plenty of charity work, but she doesn’t see the need to brag about it all the time. Her co-star seems to define herself on the charitable work she’s doing, whereas Hollman does put her husband and children first.
“I feel like LeeAnne is so self-absorbed with her ‘contributions’ to society that she feels like everyone else is beneath her,” Stephanie said, sharing a long list of charities she works with, adding that she has raised over $700,000 for a single charity event.”
Of course, LeeAnne Locken’s charity work has been the focus of many articles since the premiere of The Real Housewives of Dallas. She does seem to pride herself on the work she does with charities, but it should in no way bring down other people around her if they aren’t as passionate as she is. It would make sense for her to extend an invitation if someone asked her how they could become involved with charities, but it doesn’t make sense for LeeAnne to make comments about Plano, Texas and put down her Real Housewives of Dallas co-stars.
“LeeAnne acted as though Brandi and I were wrong to have fun and talk to our friends at the trunk show,” Stephanie reveals, adding, “LeeAnne saying, ‘It’s a little Plano in here,’ is her way of putting down the amazing town where Brandi lives. It’s obvious to me that LeeAnne doesn’t feel like Plano measures up to Dallas, and she feels like Brandi and I are beneath her.”
The first episode of The Real Housewives of Dallas was dramatic and the lines were clearly drawn in the sand. But it sounds like fans will see more of Stephanie and Redmond – possibly drinking more Jesus Juice.
“My friendship with Brandi is something I treasure and love. We have so much fun! Brandi and I have been best friends for almost ten years. She is fun and doesn’t take herself or life too seriously. We have the same silly humor that is often a little childish. We love annoying our husbands and friends with potty talk and our antics. Brandi and I have fun when we drink ‘Jesus juice.’ Remember, His first miracle was turning the water into wine! You never know what is going to happen with us, but you will always be entertained,” Stephanie Hollman said in her blog, hinting that fans of the show may see more of them together going forward.
What do you think of Stephanie Hollman’s thoughts about Locken? Are you going to watch this season of The Real Housewives of Dallas?
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