Brandi Glanville responded to critics on Tuesday after disturbing photographs of her slip during a night out with friends went viral on social networking sites.
The "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star, 40, was photographed stumbling outside of the London Hotel in West Hollywood on Monday. While she admitted to being drunk, the reality TV star lashed out at critics for being judgmental, according to Daily Mail UK which published the explicit photos.
"It was not a hot look I agree, bad choice and I'm not happy with myself all I can do is say sorry and check myself (and nap)," Glanville tweeted after the photos surfaced online.
"I got drunk with my gays, its not murder,, everyone kept sending us drinks. I was being polite.," another tweet read. She also admitted to feeling "embarrassed" over the debacle in separate tweet.
The single mom has had much to celebrate in recent months, particularly the success of her best-selling book entitled "Drinking and Tweeting: And Other Brandi Blunders." Despite this, she admitted to having had "a lot on my plate," recently which prompted her night out.
"I forgot that my every move was watched...honestly have a lot on my plate and needed to let my hair down, but not my dress," she wrote in a series of tweets.
"When ur PERFECT and make all the right decisions ALL time, and don't gave at least a bit of cellulite on ur b---, get back to me," she wrote to critics.
Fans are questioning whether Glanville's ongoing feud with troubled singer LeAnn Rimes may have led to her feeling overwhelmed in recent weeks. The reality TV star, who shares two sons with her ex-husband Eddie Cibrian, has been embroiled in a bitter feud with Rimes, his new wife, over their 2009 affair.
In May Rimes, 30, opened up about her affair with Cibrian, 40, while promoting her new album. Rimes has been blasted by critics as a "homewrecker" for getting involved with a married man and she admitted that she continues to ask God for forgiveness for her wrongdoing.
"I've definitely asked for forgiveness … on a daily basis," Rimes told ET Online.
"We are human beings who are going to sin and make mistakes and if you have that connection, for me, is something that I feel is bigger than me, it's not something that's unusual to do," she continued.