Brandi Glanville has been blasted as a dishonest drunk in a bizarre statement released by Marcel Pariseau, who is the publicist of her long-time rival LeAnn Rimes.
In a recent statement the Hollywood publicist highlighted questionable behavior that he believes the reality TV star should consider getting "help" for. Glanville, 40, and Rimes, 30, have been embroiled in a years long feud after the troubled singer's 2009 extramarital affair with actor Eddie Cibrian.
"Brandi might consider getting some help with her drinking. If you watch her show, read her book and follow her tweets, she is constantly referring to her drinking," Pariseau reportedly wrote in a statement obtained by RadarOnline.com.
"Even the title of her book has the word drinking in it. In fact, she was arrested for a DUI," he continued adding "It is a fact that after a night of drinking in Vegas she married her ex-best friend's ex-husband."
On Feb. 13 Glanville, who stars in the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," released a book entitled "Drinking and Tweeting: And Other Brandi Blunders." In it the single mother of two details Rimes' affair with Cibrian, whom she was still married to at the time.
Rimes, who went on to marry Cibrian after admitting to the affair, is painted as an unapologetic adulteress in the best selling book. At one point Glanville opens up about the time during which Cibrian left her and their two sons for Rimes and even claims that he left them broke which appears to have infuriated Pariseau.
"In reality [Eddie Cibrian] has two films in the can and recurring on two television shows. [Brandi] makes it sound like they are scraping by but read her book where she devotes a whole page to what she does to her face; fillers, botox, skin treatments, etc," he wrote.
In a recent interview Glanville, who is renowned for her back and forth twitter feuds with Rimes, suggested that Cibrian does not support their young children which prompted widespread backlash.
"Eddie pays for all of the boys expenses like school, sports, clothing, etc," Pariseau insisted.
On Wednesday Glanville was hailed a New York Times Best Selling author following the success of her controversial book.
"Ok I'm crying! I'm a New York Times best selling author! I'm crying like a baby. Thank u thank u thank u!" Glanville tweeted Wednesday.