Mar 16, 2014 09:02 PM EDT | Shane Jordan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
It is no surprise that Brand Glanville and Lisa Vanderpump are no longer friends, but the pair need to get a counselor to help them work through their gossip feud issues instead of dragging the whole Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast through their drama during the reunion season recap. Brandi doubles down on her accusations that Lisa and her husband Todd once filed for bankruptcy will living in the slums of Calabasas and says she is willing to take a lie detector test to prove she isn't lying.
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Things between Beverly Hills Housewives Lisa Vanderpump and arch-nemesis Brandi Glanville come to a head during the multi-part season reunion show.
Lisa confronts Glanville about the rumors that she's spreading regarding her past financial difficulties according to Radar Online:
"Today on RadarOnline.com, you said that I use to live deep in the Valley and I filed for bankruptcy.
"I never lived in Calabasas. Ken is from Calabasas. I moved from France to Beverly Park.
"Just because you say it, doesn't mean it's true...If I had lived there, I'd say that I lived in Calabasas because I've lived in some far bigger s**t holes than Calabasas.
"We've had many properties here that we've bought and sold...I didn't live in Calabasas."
Brandi Glanville wasn't persuaded by one word that Lisa said and kept insisting that she already knew all she needed to about Lisa's past and her arrogant disposition (via Radar Online):
"So Kyle told me you use to live in Calabasas... I was told you use to live in Calabasas, and I looked it up. I paid $9.99, and you did.
"Here's what bad about it. When she use to have to come to my house in the Valley, you use to say you need a passport to come over."
And don't think Brandi is going to backing down on any issue because that is evidently not in her nature.
Glanville told Lisa during her cross-examination about the infamous Puerto Rican vacation tabloid debacle, that she was willing to prove that she was telling the truth (via Radar Online):
"I left it at my house...The truth is, you were at my house. You saw the magazine... I'll take a lie detector... There was a plan, and I was a pawn. I want her to admit it."
One thing is for certain...none of these ladies would admits to their BS, unles you put a gun to their head or just a hair dryer really close to their roots.
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