Brandi Glanville Pens Open Letter to Joyce Giraud About Racist Accusations and Trying to “Ruin” Her Life
And she’s taking aim at co-star Joyce Giraud for trying to “ruin” her life with her “vicious ambition.”
In a long diatribe on her Facebook page Glanville titles an “open letter,” she says she was a “bitch” to Giraud for reasons we have yet to see on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and claimed Giraud refers to her as “a racist” in the episode airing tonight. This comes after Eddie Cibrian’s ex previously made controversial comments to the Puerto Rican beauty queen on the Dec. 9 episode when Giraud told her co-stars she couldn’t swim and Glanville replied, “You’re a black person.”
But in the message she posted Sunday, Glanville tries to explain the sticky situation in a way only she knows best… a poorly punctuated and spelling error-ridden rant, which (not surprisingly) has since been deleted.
You can read the full emotional open letter for yourself below:
“This last episode of Real housewives of Beverly Hills was extremely difficult for me to watch. I am not going to even mention my baby dog Chica’s situation because it is just to sad and hard for me to relive. But otherwise yes I am very embaressed [sic] for my behavior and take full responsibility for over indulging,” Glanville wrote.
“I was a bitch to Joyce for reasons you don’t get to see on the show. To the viewer It looks like I am just acting bitchy towards her for no reason, but trust me I have my reasons. However for Joyce who has only been around me a handful of times, never been to my home, never spent time with my children, never hung out with me outside of shooting, to label me the way she did and continues to do, is incredibly irresponsible and hurtful. I made one very insensitive and inappropriate comment that I have profusely apologized for. I in no way live with any sort of prejudice in my life of any sort,” she added.
“I got drunk around Joyce maybe 2 and a half times the entire season long, and twice in the public eye this past year. Once on my birthday and once after I turned in my second book, I was celebrating both times, my children were at their fathers and I’m not going to make apologies for those times,” Glanville explained. “Joyce’s ongoing comments, accusations and labels have endangered my family and cost me jobs, and opportunities.
“As a single mother, supporting my two little boys and running a household by myself I hope Joyce feels really really good about what she is doing to my family as she sits a top her mansion with her giant diamond ring and zero worries.
“During the filming of this season there is a defining moment when you will get to see the exact kind of person Joyce truly is and trust me its not pretty. I can only hope that the show decides to air it because not everything we shoot makes it in,” she said. “By the end of filming for the season Joyce and I were actually on good friendly terms and went on our separate but merry ways.
“I saw Joyce once after filming was completely over. My mom, children and I walked into a sushi restaurant for dinner and ran in to Joyce and her husband and to my surprise our filming crew… let me just add that sometimes we have to shoot pick up scenes after the show has wrapped so that certain story lines make sense. I stopped at their table kissed Joyce and her husband hello, made a little small talk introduced them to my mom and my children and then went upstairs to have our family dinner.
“Im [sic] sure you can imagine my shock when watching this Mondays upcoming episode and see that scene they were shooting in the restaurant and Joyce is going on and on about my inappropriate comment and labeling me a racist and relaying their mutual disgust for me,” Glanville added. “Wow!!!!! She really is an actress and I don’t really see how this scene was needed to make sense to our show. Sadly it seems this and the other labels Joyce throws my way are her only story lines for the season. I really wish she were more interesting so that trying to ruin my life wasn’t her only storyline.
“This coupled with the fact, that although we were on good terms at the end of filming, the second any press would listen, Joyce was giving interview after interview about me needing rehab or me being prejudice or anything me and all negative. This speaks volumes about her need for attention her vicious ambition and her true colors,” she said. “I really hope this woman can stop obsessing over what she thinks my issues are and focus on the help she needs to get for herself. Enough said -have a beautiful Holiday season.”