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Brandi Glanville Claims Her Son Ate A Laxative From LeAnn Rimes' Purse

Brandi Glanville continued her unprovoked assault against her ex-husband’s new wife, LeAnn Rimes, this week. Referring to her as unstable and hypocritical, the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills star blasted the singer after nine-year-old Mason supposedly mistook a laxative in his step-mother’s purse for a piece of candy and ate it.

Here’s a portion of the actual quote she gave to US Weekly…

"I, unfortunately, don't find her to be stable and I don't want her around my kids when Eddie's not there -- or at least the nanny, his parents, someone. Mason, my eldest, ate some of Le's candies and got extremely ill. And Le's candies are laxatives. It was a big fucking deal for me, and I lost my mind. She has one in every purse. Mason found on on the floor and thought it was a Skittle! They don't keep sugar in the house. He thought he finally found candy.”

All you need to know about the motivations for the above quote is found in the clause “It was a bit fucking deal for me.” By her own admission, Mason was the one who supposedly ate the laxative. He was the one who had to deal with the consequences; yet, his mom is the one airing that dirty laundry all over the Internet. What nine-year-old would want this story to be widely known? What could possibly be productive about telling it?

There comes a point when, no matter how wronged you might have been, you just need to move on. Glanville is at that point. Her husband cheated on her with Rimes. That sucks and is absolutely worth some hard feelings, but at the end of the day, you have to put those feelings aside and co-parent in the best interests of your children. No kid should have to grow up in an environment in which his mother publically bashes his step-mother. Taking the high road might not be more fun, but there’s a reason it’s more noble.

Mack Rawden
Editor In Chief

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