Adrienne Maloof Exposes Brandi Glanville as a Life Ruiner: Betrays their Friendship!

Adrienne Maloof Exposes Brandi Glanville as a Life Ruiner: Betrays their Friendship!

The Adrienne Maloof and Brandi Glanville feud continues to heat up. How much hotter can it get before the whole thing explodes? I think we can expect the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills drama to escalate rapidly in the coming days, because Adrienne Maloof is extremely ticked off by the fact that her once-good friend, Brandi Glanville, is getting close to her ex husband Paul Nassif.

Adrienne isn’t holding back. Instead of taking the higher road and just letting her failed marriage be a page in her past, she’s taken the melodramatic path. Honestly, there’s no better road to take. Adrienne, after catching wind of Brandi and Paul’s “closeness,” has said that what Brandi is doing is “the ultimate betrayal.”

Some of you may find this ridiculosity surprising; however, if you’re at all familiar with the crazy antics of the Real Housewives, then this piece of drama may even be a bit dry. It’s the classic best-friend-caught-in-the-middle game.While Brandi might not feel the need to choose sides, Adrienne definitely feels as if she should have stuck beside her — instead of texting and chatting with her ex husband. Brandi definitely likes stirring the drama soup though. That’s for sure.

The current edition of Life and Style reports that Adrienne thinks Brandi’s sudden interest in Paul is all just a ploy to gain relevancy in the media — the constant Celeb World game.

“I believe getting close to Paul is a ploy on Brandi’s part to make herself more relevant,” says Adrienne,“I feel the sudden friendship with him was thought out and vindictive.”

But if you thought Brandi was just going to let Adrienne ramble off a whole bunch of crap about her, well, then you were dead wrong. Brandi claims that Adrienne is simply not a nice person and that, basically, she needs to get a grip on reality. “She [Adrienne] is not a very nice person; she pretends to be. I called her to talk to her about the situation. But it’s hard for me to apologize to someone when I feel like they owe me an apology prior to that.”

What do you think about this whole situation? Do you care at all? Pick up the most recent copy of Life and Style Weekly to find out more about this crazy drama.

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