Tensions rose to a boiling point between Adrienne Maloof and Brandi Glanville on Bravo's "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" when Glanville made a comment about Maloof's family in a recent episode. Now, Maloof is speaking out against her co-star, saying she has "crossed the line."
In Monday's episode, Maloof and Glanville went to war over comments Eddie Cibrian's ex made about the Palms Casino mogul. Although Bravo excluded the comments from the episode, WetPaint reports that Glanville said Maloof used a surrogate to have her three children.
Maloof spoke with People magazine about the feud.
"She seems to be addicted to attention and keeping herself relevant, and I think that’s her goal," Maloof told People. "Her antics have crossed the line for me."
People notes that speculation surrounding Glanville's comments centered on Maloof's divorce from husband Paul Nassif.
"I keep my children out of the limelight and I don’t speak about my children," she added. "It's something you don’t even want to address. They deserve to have their privacy, and I am giving my children their privacy. As a mother I do what I can to protect my children and my family."
During Monday's episode, co-star Kim Richards informed Maloof about the comments Glanville reportedly made about her. Nassif called the allegations "defamatory" and a fight ensued with Maloof calling her co-star a liar.
Glanville responded in a Bravo blog post.
"I said something I shouldn't have said and I am sorry and I now regret it," she wrote. "I know, it's shocking right? My mouth gets me in a lot of trouble, but this time I've pissed off the wrong rich person. It is so frustrating when Adrienne or her people say something about me that isn't true or discuss me as a parent, I think she has met my kids one time."
When asked about the comments she made to Maloof, Glanville told RumorFix, “I can’t [talk about it]! Her [Adrienne's] lawyers made Bravo take it out and me not talk about it.”