Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum Brandi Glanville is speaking out about the controversy surrounding her appearance on Real Housewives Ultimate Girls’ Trip: Ex-Wives Club in Morocco. It was alleged that Brandi sexually assaulted Real Housewives of New Jersey alum Caroline Manzo during filming. Brandi has vehemently denied any wrongdoing and wants to clear her name.
The incident allegedly occurred in a bathroom while cameras were rolling, and there were witnesses present. Brandi’s lawyers requested the audio recordings from the incident to prove her innocence, but the recordings were never released. The production company, Shed Media, conducted its own investigation but ultimately closed the case without a resolution.
The controversy has caused the debut of RHUGT Morocco to be pushed to 2024, and there are doubts about whether the season will even air. Brandi has expressed her desire for the season to air so that everyone can form their own opinions based on the facts.
Brandi believes that the rules of reality television are changing and that society has become more sensitive. She feels that the “old days” of reality TV are over because people are facing consequences for their actions. She also raises concerns about the amount of drinking that takes place on the shows and the pressure to “bring the party.”
There is some confusion about the boundaries and expectations set by production. While an insider claims that cast members are not forced to drink, Brandi has stated that she believed she was expected to continue the same behavior from Season 1, where she got drunk and engaged in inappropriate actions.
Brandi has faced consequences for the alleged incident, including not being allowed to attend the reunion. She also believed that Caroline was open to engaging in provocative behavior and was caught off guard when Caroline reacted negatively.
Throughout this controversy, Brandi has had support from Bravo executive Andy Cohen, who has been helpful in navigating the situation. Andy believes that some people will see the incident as “Brandi being Brandi.”
In conclusion, Brandi Glanville wants to clear her name and believes that the rules of reality television are changing. The controversy surrounding her appearance on RHUGT: Ex-Wives Club in Morocco has caused delays and doubts about the season airing. Brandi hopes that the audio recordings will be released to provide clarity and allow everyone to form their own opinions.