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She Can’t Stop! LeAnn Rimes Continues To Rant About Brandi Glanville Feud On Twitter

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May 23 2013, Published 3:40 p.m. ET

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Not even a "treatment center" can seemingly cure LeAnn Rimes from over-engaging in social media rants!

The country star, who has been publicly feuding AGAIN with husband Eddie Cibrian’s ex-wife Brandi Glanville on Twitter, spent Thursday morning sounding off about the feud with some of her followers – and has the details.

“If someone purposely does things to get a reaction or engaged a fight where none exists exert your power to choose to look the other way,” “Smom coach” Heather H, who uses the twitter handle @CafeSmom, wrote in a tweet NOT directed at LeAnn.

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“It’s hard sometimes,” LeAnn tweeted to Heather.

“That is an understatement J It is very, very hard. I find I get more emotionally tangled inside when I respond to drama,” she responded to LeAnn.

“I find the same but it’s just as bad holding it in,” LeAnn wrote.

After Heather and another Twitter friend Jessica Kramer suggested that LeAnn “get it out” by calling a friend and talking it out, as well as working out at the gym or praying to God, LeAnn responded:

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“Gurl I do both every day.”

In another conversation, a woman named Molly Schaar, who uses the Twitter handle @StepMomShoes, sent a message to both Brandi and LeAnn.

“You’d be wise to keep communication off Twitter!” she advised the two celebrities. “Your job is to co-parent – not tweet. #KidsSeeAllSomeday.”

“You think?! That would be nice,” LeAnn promptly and sarcastically responded to both Molly and Brandi.

LeAnn is suing a school teacher who was a Twitter critic of hers and as previously reported the singer had been urged by people close to her to stay off social media or at least cut back.

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