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Brandi Glanville Defends Stinky Pussy Comment in Deposition

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Lex Jurgen - July 7, 2017

 

Nobody took Joanna Krupa's defamation suit against Real Housewives cast mate Brandi Glanville seriously. Krupa sued over Glanville's public comments about Krupa's stinky pussy. Rather absurd. And likely not something the judge will allow to be tested in court like O.J.'s glove.

Glanville was on Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live when she claimed older lady model troll, Mohamed Hadid, told her Krupa's snatch smelled bad. Suppose Hadid would have cause to know. Andy Cohen guffawed hard for a man with a lifelong Mexican border wall between himself and pussy.

Glanville was perfect for staged reality TV because she would say anything for attention. She was stumbling many nights around town, with her tampon string visible dangling out of her drunk panties. Imagine that inebriation plus a blind desperation for attention. You're getting to get some good quotes.

Krupa civilly sued Glanville for denigrating her box. Everybody assumed it would be settled in some idiotic manner. Even more idiotically, the parties are now being deposed in preparation to clog up the courts. On the stand in her defense, Glanville told the plaintiff's attorney, this is Bravo TV, what the fuck? We're supposed to get loaded and taunt each other with humiliating slurs. 

Attorney: "Do you think that means you can say things like her pussy smells?"

Glanville: "Well, yeah."

Glanville insists that the Bravo contracts prevent the Housewives from suing one another over all the drunken catty comments, no matter how crude and personal. You would think there would be something in the deal that states you can't be sued for doing the very thing we're hiring you for. Welders can't be sued for creating sparks.

Glanville remains steadfast the case be tossed. While men everywhere pretended they care about a hot chick's pussy hygiene at two in the morning.

Photo credit: Bravo

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