Brandi Glanville Fights Back: Eddie’s The Cheater – Not Me!

Brandi Glanville wants to make one thing clear – her former husband, Eddie Cibrian, was the cheater during their marriage, not her.

In a series of Tweets posted Monday, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star forcefully responded to apparent reports that she also fooled around during her nine-year marriage to the Third Watch hunk.

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Brandi – who recently has ramped up her brutal attacks against her ex’s new wife, LeAnn Rimes – writes: “4yrs after my split & right B4 my book comes out “sources” say I cheated on EC while married with a bunch of hot guys that I dont even know!:

She then followed-up her original tweet to clarify she did date while she was married, but with one important caveat.

“Timing is everything!I did date while I was married but my husband had already moved in with LR and divorce takes time. This is so obvious”

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Then, responding to a slew of followers who tweeted their support to her, she wrote, “U are all right! Who cares, timing is everything and its clear. I was still legally married for yrs and dating through my divorce.”

As previously reported, Brandi is set to release an explosive tell-all, Drinking & Tweeting and other Brandi Blunders next week. In the book, she gives a blistering account of the demise of her marriage to Cibrian, who was cheating on her with the country singer, his co-star in the 2009 made-for-television Lifetime movie, Northern Lights.

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In the book, Glanville candidly writes about starting to date in the months after the couple separated and Cibrian moved in with Rimes.

Glanville, 40, and Cibrian divorced in 2010. Only a year after his split with Glanville, Cibrian, 39, and Rimes, 30, married in 2011.

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Drinking & Tweeting and other Brandi Blunders will be released on Tuesday, February 12.

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