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Brandi Glanville Fires Assistant After Missing Dog Incident

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Jun. 11 2013, Published 4:04 p.m. ET

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Brandi Glanville’s missing dog caper is getting more suspicious by the day and now she’s revealed that she fired her assistant over another incident with the same dog.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star has been begging for the return of her beloved Chihuahua Chica and has even offered a $10,000 reward for the safe return of the pup.

However, the strange story of the dog’s disappearance has coincided with Eddie Cibrian’s ex-wife firing her assistant and raising speculation that she might have had something to do with losing the dog.

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“I dont know wat 2 believe about a break-in my assistant/ nanny lost both my dogs earlier that week,I myself found them.So I let her go#sad:(,” Brandi Tweeted on Tuesday.

She has said that her house was broken into while she was out of town and that’s when the dog went missing, but that may not be the full story.

“I dont know what happened 100% but she had lost them both earlier in the week &I have to protect my family no matter what,” the 40-year-old reality star said.

Firing the assistant, whom she did not name, isn’t a reflection on her as a boss Brandi says.

“If u wanna know what kind of employer I am ask my last 2 assistants @WillowMTrees. And Stephanie!I LUV them &they love us but got dream jobs.”

Brandi is still searching for Chica but adopted a new dog named Chody to cheer up her boys Mason and Jake Cibrian.

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