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Paul Nassif Admitted Brandi “Was Warned” Which Confirms Brandi Glanville’s Story About The Lawsuit Says Marisa Zanuck!

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Marisa Zanuck is taking to her Bravo Blog to discuss this week’s controversial episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Marisa says after reading Taylor’s Bravo Blog she understands what happened with Taylor not knowing where Kennedy was, but should still take responsibility for knowing where her child is at all times. Marisa also says she has believed Brandi all along about the lawsuit with Adrienne, and when Paul admits Brandi “was warned,” he validated Brandi’s story.

Marisa writes, “And we’re off to Kim’s…where this gum smacker still needs to learn when and where not to chew. It could be worse…I could be learning about my young daughter’s whereabouts. Thank you, Taylor, for putting the “beaver” in Beaver Creek while not knowing where Kennedy was.

However, after reading Taylor’s blog I have a better understanding of what went down. I realize there was a communication breakdown (which happens to all of us), but still feel it was Taylor’s ultimate responsibility to be in complete charge of the situation.

As a fellow rhinoplastee (double in my case), I completely understood what Kim was feeling before her grand unveiling. Elective surgery is a nerve-wracking process filled with second-guessing, other people’s opinions, and money that might be better saved on the kids’ college fund — but sometimes you got to say WTF and go for it. If Kim is happier because of her new nose…then that’s all that matters. She seems to be and looks great. I’m hoping this is another step towards her full recovery from last year’s tailspin.

Over at Adrienne’s, Paul flashes his old high school speed to get inside the closing gates as a inferno rages nearby. . .turns out his reaction to the fire may threaten more than just the neighborhood.

We are just hours away from the White Party and Kyle starts sweating out the details. She’s hoping for some last minute help but doesn’t get any from Mauricio, who finds himself in what can only be described as an awkward semi prone position that looks as if he’s trying to make it with a piece of patio furniture or indiscreetly take a leak.

Anyhow, Kyle always knows how to do throw a good party and manages to do so here again.

Some brief highlights before what I hope is the last round of the “Beat A Dead Horse Into The Ground” main event include: Paul taking a lustful (last?) glance at Adrienne’s knockers in the limo ride over, Ken not quite knowing where to stand when Kyle and Lisa discuss shoes, Mauricio telling Kim “you look great” on a loop, and Byron Allen ladies and gentlemen!

Finally, the face-off we have all been waiting for arrives as Adrienne, Paul, and Brandi convene inside while the others show off their questionable moves on the dance floor. It’s not long before the usually merry-go-round of “he said she said” kicks off, and I’m left scratching my head wondering what actually went down until we get a tacit acknowledgment from Paul that Brandi “was warned” which confirms for me what I thought all along. . .go Brandi!

We’re not done yet as the rest of the gang as well as the ubiquitous, Dwight, enter the fray. Are there hypocrites in this room? Is there of double-standard taking place? Does Ken land another great line when he responds to Paul “That made your shoe”? Has Dwight opened his mouth for the last time? he answers are all a resounding YES!”

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