LeAnn Rimes Eating Disorder Rumors And Ongoing Twitter Drama

LeAnn Rimes eating disorder rumors have been sparked by laxative comments made by Brandi Glanville, the ex-wife of Rimes’ husband, Eddie Cibrian. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star accused Rimes of leaving laxatives in a places that were accessible to the sons Glanville shares with Cibrian.

Brandi Glanville posted more of her side of the parenting drama on Twitter in an apparent effort to help the masses understand her point of view. Glanville penned this message on the social network:

“I know one thing for sure in life. I am a GREAT and loving Mom. My boys come first ALWAYS. Ask anyone that knows me.”

As previously reported by The Inquisitr, Glanville told US Weekly that her son Mason found a laxative on the floor, thought it was a Skittle, and ate the pill. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast member also stated that she felt her sons were not safe when alone in Rimes’ care.

Rimes was also taken to task by Eddie Cibrian’s ex-wife for posting a video of one of the boys riding a bicycle without a helmet. While millions of parents grew up peddling safely around the neighborhood without donning a helmet, some states now have laws that require the added protection for minors. Glanville had this to say about the bicycle incident:

“She’s behind him and I know that he’s having fun. I’m sure it was great, and I know that he loves her, but they don’t realize that they’re in danger.”

Cibrian blamed Glanville for the ongoing arguments, according to Fox News. During an interview with Radar Online, Rimes’ husband had this to say:

“My wife, LeAnn, continues to be a loving and positive influence on the lives of my sons. They are without a doubt lucky to have her. The love they have for their ‘bonus mom’ continues to grow each day as we navigate the changes to our family; a fact that Brandi cannot argue as she herself has stated as much. If my ex-wife truly cared about the welfare of our sons, she would stop the constant bashing on an important person in their lives and focus on productive co-parenting to make our blended family the strongest it can be. And she would do so privately. Let’s see…”