Adrienne Maloof: Brandi Glanville Is Trying To Destroy My Family

Brandi Glanville multi-tasks when it comes to feuds: In addition to her ongoing tiff with LeAnn Rimes, the beauty has incensed her The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-star Adrienne Maloof, who claims the controversial reality star is “trying to destroy [her] family,” an insider says.

Adrienne is furious,” an insider tells US. “She despises Brandi.”

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At the heart of the beef, insiders say, is Brandi’s on-air bragging that she knew a huge Maloof family “bombshell.”

Adrienne, who’s been adamant her kids would not be featured in the show’s storyline, sent Brandi a cease-and-desist letter, as she was hoping to break the news to her children when they were older.

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“It basically said shut the f***k up,” a pal told the magazine.

Another sore spot, sources say, is that Brandi has buddied up with Adrienne’s estranged husband Paul Nassif, during their messy split.

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“I run into him occasionally … and we text occasionally,” Brandi told us of Paul, adding she thinks he’s a “lovely” man.

Adrienne’s friend thinks “it’s crazy that Paul can befriend Brandi after what she did to his kids,” adding that Brandi’s only motivation of targeting Adrienne – who brought her on the show in the first place – is keeping her name relevant with the news media and show’s producers.

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Adrienne is currently dating Rod Stewart‘s much-younger son Sean.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Bravo Mondays at 9/8c.


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