"I have worked very hard to establish my reputation as a businessman and your lies threaten my name and character. I have never filed for bankruptcy in my life,” Todd wrote on Twitter.
As Radar previously reported, Glanville claimed her rival’s on-air persona is far from reality.
“On our show, there are certain people who want to project this perfect persona like there’s nothing wrong in the world,” Glanville said during her PodcastOne show.
“Like Lisa Vanderpump used to live deep in the Valley and was filing for bankruptcy — and she doesn’t want to talk about that. That’s interesting to me.”
Vanderpump vehemently denied Glanville’s claims, tweeting: “For the LAST time, we have never filed bankruptcy!”
As for her alleged residency, Vanderpump added: “Also Calabasas ‘deep in the valley’ as you say, I never lived."
And a source close to Vanderpump corroborates her denial, exclusively telling Radar, "No, she has never lived in Calabasas, although she's sure it's beautiful! Plus, she's never filed bankruptcy. These are disgusting lies and she cannot believe that Brandi would perpetuate two very serious untruths."
However, on the flip side, a source close to Glanville tells Radar, "Brandi only said the stuff about bankruptcy and living in the Valley because she says that's what Lisa told her!
"Brandi's a lot of things, but she's not really a liar. So while it may not be true, Brandi believed it to be true."
On the hit Bravo reality show, Vanderpump flaunts her lavish lifestyle, letting the cameras film inside her new $10 million, 8000 square foot Beverly Hills mansion, while Glanville has rented modest homes that are a far cry from the mansions Vanderpump calls home now.