'RHOBH' Alum Brandi Glanville Fires Back After Actor Accuses Her Of Assault At Casamigos Halloween Party

Brandi Glanville is fired up about a fight at a Hollywood Halloween party—and she didn't even see it happen. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum attended the high-profile bash hosted by Casamigos co-founder Rande Gerber and his wife Cindy Crawford at the home of tequila tycoon Mike Meldman, but she ended the night on the defense after a little-known actor accused her of helping his ex-girlfriend assault him.

TMZ posted a video of actor Kobie Randolph, who goes by the name "DJ K Luv," as he alleged that the former Bravo star was involved in the Halloween party attack.

"As you can see it looks like I just got out of a boxing ring," Randolph said of his face.

"Tonight I went to George Clooney's Casamigos' Halloween party, and I was attacked…The Housewives chick Brandi and her friend saw me. I thought it was all good, next thing you know I'm getting attacked, I'm getting 12 uppercuts like I'm in a boxing match."
The actor, who was dressed as "the black James Bond" for the party, alleged that Glanville, 45, was standing with a woman he once had a romantic relationship with and that she joined in as his ex began punching him during an altercation that left him with a split lip.

"Security didn't help me, all these A-list celebrities sat around and watched the minority. I'm one of the only black actors in the building and I got attacked," Randolph said.

But Brandi Glanville allegedly told police she was only trying to break up the altercation, People reported.

While Randolph reportedly filed a police report for battery, no arrests were made. But Brandi Glanville is still trying to clear her name. The mom of two, who was dressed as a sexy feline for the costume party, posted to Twitter to deny any involvement in the ugly altercation.

"I didn't hit anyone or see a fight at all!! I don't know 'DJKLUV' end of story.@TMZ," the reality star wrote.

Glanville also appealed directly to her accuser in a second Twitter post.

"Please leave me out of this!! @djkluv You walked up to me & your ex-girlfriend on the dance floor U2 started talking so I walked away 2 the bar with ur friend. I did not see u get punched & I did not punch u. I'm in no way responsible 4 what happened between U & Ur ex-gf!"
Glanville then added, "I hate liars!" and posted a one-word response to the allegations against her, "NOPE."An officer from the Beverly Hills Police Department told People magazine that a battery report was filed but no arrests were made at the star-studded costume party, although they did not confirm who filed the report or who it was against.

Despite the drama, the ill-fated Halloween bash featured an impressive guest list. While Casamigos co-founder George Cooney was not there, other attendees at the party included Paris Hilton, Dave Grohl, Harry Styles, Olivia Munn, Seth McFarlane, and Ryan Seacrest.