Brandi Glanville is being accused of attention seeking behavior in new documents filed by former Real Housewives of Miami star Joanna Krupa as part of her ongoing lawsuit against the mother of two.
In court documents filed at the end of last month and obtained by Us Weekly on July 5, Joanna Krupa requests that Katrina Brown, who does Glanville’s tans, be taken off of the witness list for their case, and that Glanville’s legal team be kept from proceeding with a “fishing expedition.”
According to the court documents, Brandi Glanville, who previously starred on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, claimed to have taken a video testimony of Brown for her July 17 deposition. However, according to Joanna Krupa, Brown shouldn’t be considered as a reliable witness because she’s Glanville’s best friend and both women allegedly “engage in attention-seeking behavior in order to remain relevant.”
Joanna Krupa is also asking that Brandi Glanville pay all of her attorney’s fees.
The feud between Brandi Glanville and Joanna Krupa began in November 2013 when Glanville appeared on an episode of Andy Cohen’s late night talk show, Watch What Happens Live, and claimed Krupa had engaged in an affair with Mohamed Hadid during his marriage to Yolanda Foster. Glanville also claimed that Hadid, who frequently appears on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills as a friend of Lisa Vanderpump, informed her that Joanna Krupa’s “p—y smelled,” and said Vanderpump had witnessed his alleged comments.
Over one year after the shocking comments aired on the late night show, Joanna Krupa filed a lawsuit against Brandi Glanville, seeking an undisclosed amount in damages for slander and accusing Glanville of allegedly using her status as a celebrity to “embarrass, ridicule and ruin her image.”
Since leaving The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills shortly after the lawsuit was filed, Brandi Glanville has appeared on a number of reality shows, including Famously Single, My Kitchen Rules, and Celebrity Apprentice.
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