Brandi Glanville Is Accused Of Attacking Kobie Randolph At Halloween Party

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Feb. 26 2019, Updated 2:19 a.m. ET

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Former The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville has reportedly been accused of attacking Kobie "DJ K-Luv" Randolph.

A website has reported that Randolph said he was attacked by Glanville, 45, at George Clooney's Casamigos Tequila Halloween party on Friday night—and the cops were called!

But Glanville has denied attacking Randolph, claiming she actually broke the fight up in a private residence in Beverly Hills.

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According to the website, Randolph told cops Glanville was with a former girlfriend of his at the bash.

The actor/DJ alleged that both women attacked him and he wound up punched in the face, with a split lip.

Randolph contended that the two gals hit him with "12 uppercuts like I'm in a boxing match," and the other party guests didn't help him.

The star-studded costumed party crowd included Cindy Crawford, Dave Grohl, Harry Styles, Paris Hilton, Diddy, Zoe Kravitz, Seth McFarlane, Nicky Hilton, French Montana and Ryan Seacrest. The Halloween-themed event promoted Clooney's tequila brand called Casamigos.

Police showed up at the party after the bizarre incident, but no one was arrested. Randolph reportedly filed a police report for battery.

Glanville had worn a skimpy Catwoman-style costume to the bash, flaunting her body in a black bodysuit, fishnet tights with suede knee-high boots, long black gloves and cat ears.

The former reality TV star and Eddie Cibrian ex's home was burglarized this week while she and her two sons were home.

Glanville had tweeted on Tuesday, "People be very careful set your alarms even when you’re at home."

It wasn't the first time she's suffered a break in-- or controversy!

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