Brandi Glanville Opens Up About Claims She Cheated On Eddie Cibrian First, Blames LeAnn Rimes?


Brandi Glanville has always been outspoken when it comes to her ex-husband’s infidelities, and now in a sneak peek of her new book, Drinking & Dating: P.S. Social Media Is Ruining Romance, Glanville is opening up about rumors she cheated on Eddie Cibrian first. RadarOnline has the exclusive passages from Brandi’s book, that will be released on February 11th.

“Last year,” Glanville writes, I discovered, much to my surprise, that I was an unfaithful wife.”

In February, Us Weekly reported that Glanville hooked up with former NBA star Rick Fox and Pink Taco millionaire Harry Morton while she was still married to Cibrian. Brandi blatantly denies these accusations and blames Eddie’s wife, LeAnn Rimes.

“Who on earth could have anything to gain by leaking false information about an alleged affair seven days before the tell-all book about my philandering ex and his mistress [Glanville’s Drinking & Tweeting] hit bookstores?” she asks. “Hmmm. You tell me.”

“To top that, my ‘affairs’ were apparently with former NBA player Rick Fox, who I don’t believe I’ve ever met,” Brandi writes, “and restaurateur Harry Morton. Knowing what I do now about what a sham my marriage was, I may have welcomed dating either one of these eligible bachelors, but it just wasn’t true.”

“Did I casually and frequently date before my divorce was finalized and my husband was already in a public relationship with another woman? Hell yes, I did,” she admits. “Did I ever have an affair before that? No. Not ever. That’s just not in my DNA.”

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One Reply to “Brandi Glanville Opens Up About Claims She Cheated On Eddie Cibrian First, Blames LeAnn Rimes?”

  1. All this publicity you are generating will not entice me to buy your book. You are such a publicity whore you do nothing but make yourself more and more ridiculous.

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