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Brandi Glanville Disses Adrienne Maloof’s Plastic Surgery



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The feuding between Beverly Hills Housewives Adrienne Maloof and Brandi Glanville is getting to be on a par with that of the fight with LeAnn Rimes.

On her latest Bravo blog Brandi calls out her castmate for a whole host of insults. First, on Monday’s episode, Brandi said, Adrienne repeatedly said her (then) husband Paul Nassif could have done a better job on Kim Richards’ new nose job than the attending surgeon, Dr. Gregorios.

Brandi said this was an insult to Kim, as well as the doctor.

Adrienne’s next faux pas, according to Brandi, was saying Brandi “didn’t have money for anything but plastic surgery” on camera, which Brandi said was a lie, as her ex-husband Eddie Cibrian paid for the operations.

Then Brandi topped the lot as far as insults go by blogging,

“Now, if anyone shouldn’t be talking plastic surgery it’s Adrienne because clearly she has had more then all of us combined and is either getting it for free or at a discounted rate, which shows in the work.” Owch!

Finally, Brandi complained about Adrienne inadvertently staining cast-mate Lisa Vanderpump’s couch with fake tan, the second time Lisa said Adrienne has ruined a piece of furniture at her home.

Brandi alleges that Adrienne just shrugged it off, rather than apologize or offer to reimburse Lisa for ruining her furniture.

“It’s Adrienne’s world and we are all just lucky to be there,” she wrote.

Brandi’s new book ‘Drinking and Tweeting and other Brandi Blunders’, is in stores now.

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