Brandi Glanville from The Actual Housewives of Beverly Hills and The Actual Housewives Final Women Journey stated if you sue Bravo you’re seemingly sealing your destiny.
Forward of the RHUGT Season 4 rumored drama with Caroline Manzo from The Actual Housewives of New Jersey, Glanville stated that Housewives or forged members who sue Bravo had been much less prone to return to the community, citing Vicki Gunvalson from The Actual Housewives of Orange County for example.
Brandi Glanville stated they don’t need you again if you sue Bravo
Gunvalson’s pal Tamra Decide, returned to RHOC this season, however Gunvalson was not requested to be a full-time forged member. Glanville thinks Gunvalson was not requested again due to the authorized motion she took in 2019 in opposition to the community.
“I think that Vicki kind of felt like her and Tamra were a package deal,” she stated on the Behind the Velvet Rope with David Yontef podcast. “If one was going back, the other was going back. But you know, Vicki did sue Bravo before. Vicki’s pulled some sh*** and Tamra hasn’t.”
“So yeah, when you sue Bravo, they’re not super excited about you ever again,” she stated. “And I think Vicki’s story’s been told, like, we’ve seen the story. I want her to go on and find love and be happy without a camera in her face.”
Why did Vicki sue Bravo?
After Gunvalson’s final season of RHOC, she deliberate to sue Bravo over remarks Kelly Dodd made about her as a result of she was involved editors wouldn’t take away them. Gunvalson finally withdrew the lawsuit in opposition to Dodd, Bravo TV, and RHOC manufacturing firm, Evolution Media.
Nevertheless, Glanville believes the injury was finished. “They talked about on the reunion,” Glanville recalled.
“And I always say this, ‘You don’t s*** where you eat.’ But I think that most people do.”
“I think that the longer people are on, the more money they make,” she added. “And people are realizing if we can get someone for almost no money and we can stop paying this person millions, let’s cut the budget.”
Brandi Glanville stated she would solely sue Bravo if her youngsters had been being harmed
One other instance is NeNe Leakes from The Actual Housewives of Atlanta. She sued Bravo TV and government producer Andy Cohen over failure to deal with racism. She later dropped the go well with.
“Bravo doesn’t like when you sue them, like who wants to do that?” she stated. Glanville then added, “I will not sue anyone unless they harm my children, but we’re on a reality show. Like, this is what we’re going to do.”
“People are going to say the most f***ed up things about us. Get the f*** over it,” she added. “And people don’t realize they’re replaceable. You know what I mean? Like we’re all replaceable. There’s enough rich b****es in town to take all of our jobs. But if we do it right, and we do it respectfully, I think with the people that are paying us, all of this, it’s a lot of f***ing money. If you get fired, there’s no such thing as job security in this, what we’re doing, just kind of do it gracefully.”
Glanville was reportedly despatched dwelling early from RHUGT Season 4 for sexually assaulting Manzo. Glanville’s legal professional lately despatched a letter to the manufacturing firm, demanding they launch footage of the alleged assault to show the interplay didn’t happen.