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Brandi Glanville has blasted "Real Housewives" villain Faye Resnick over claims made about her love life, suggesting that the former Playboy model is simply desperate for camera time.
During a recent episode of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" Resnick, 59, attempted to perpetuate lies about Glanville, 40, claiming the single mom had engaged in promiscuous behavior at a party. The rumor was immediately shot down by fellow castmates.
"Faye, Faye, Faye. I think that she just makes things up in her head to get camera time," Glanville wrote on her Bravo TV blog.
"I wasn't found naked in a bathroom in any way shape or form. I simply had a 10-second, fully clothed makeout session with a hot man," she continued. "I was disgusted with Faye."
During Monday night's episode, Resnick lashed out at Glanville at Vanderpump's wedding anniversary party. The reality TV star was seen having a private discussion with co-stars Yolanda Foster and Marisa Zanuck before Resnick unexpectedly added herself to the conversation.
Despite being asked to leave several times, Resnick refused. Glanville, who became agitated, suggested that she leave like a "lady," which only motivated the interior designer to characteristically hurl insults.
"You want to talk about ladies? No matter how many Chanels you borrow, you will never ever be a lady!" Resnick sniped at Glanville.
Vanderpump, who is currently on ABC's "Dancing With The Stars," was baffled by Resnick's behavior and condemned her in a recent blog post.
"I was intent on staying as far away from that conversation as possible but Faye, of course, comes and inserts herself in the middle of it. I would hazard a guess she was looking for trouble," Vanderpump wrote.
"It worries me that she perceives the definition of a lady can be defined by a handbag," she continued. "There are many women I would have interest in hearing their opinion of what makes a lady-- Resnick is not one of them. Her reputation precedes her."
Wwatch the casts' catfights here (WARNING: Adult language and themes).