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Brandi Glanville Says LeAnn Rimes Feud Is Over: Accused LeAnn of Laxative Addiction

LeAnn-Rimes-Brandi-Glanville“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Brandi Glanville is done fighting with her former nemesis, LeAnn Rimes, after five years of bitter feuding.

Glanville made the revelations on Australian radio show Fitzy and Wippa, saying her sons like LeAnn. Besides, Brandi just doesn’t care to harbor any more negative feelings now that she has moved on with her life.

‘It’s been five years, my kids really love her,’ said Brandi. “I see her all the time.”

The bad blood stemmed from their complicated relationship. Glanville is the ex-wife of LeAnn’s husband, actor Eddie Cibrian. In 2009, Cibrian cheated on Brandi with LeAnn and the two married in 2011.

At the time, Rimes was also married — to chef Dean Sheremet. Glanville and Cibrian were married for eight years and share custody of their two sons.

In the past, Brandi accused Rimes of having a laxative addiction and serious eating disorder. The two also exchanged bitter words on Twitter years ago, but that beef has been squashed.

Brandi has since found fame and fortune in her own right as the bestselling author of Drinking and Tweeting and its follow-up, Drinking and Dating.

Glanville next appears on season season 5 of the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” which premieres on Bravo Nov. 18.

Season 5 of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills features two new housewives: Lisa Rinna and Eileen Davidson, and returning stars Kyle and Kim Richards, Yolanda Foster and Lisa Vanderpump and Brandi.

Glanville, who has fought with every single cast member during the past four seasons, said she’s embarrassed by her actions, as well as those of her cast mates because they’re middle-aged and should know better.

“We should all be ashamed ourselves,” said Brandi. “I mean we’re definitely not setting any good examples for middle aged women.”

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