In the latest round of She Tweets, He Says...
Responding to a denial from Eddie Cibrian's camp, Brandi Glanville took to Twitter today to reaffirm her recent tweeted claim that her ex-husband is now asking her to pay him child support to help care for their two sons.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star tweeted a photo of a portion of a letter from an attorney that purported to be the proof that he was coming after her for money. Then, presumably realizing she had neglected to blur her address, she deleted the pic, adding an "oh f--k" for emphasis.
"i took a pic down because it had my last address on it," she explained, "if you post about it pls blur address for new tenant. No more EX talk I know I started it but I really want 2enjoy the success of my new book Drinking &Dating!Thnk UIALL [sic] 4 makin it a best seller."
"I'm sure I'll get in trouble for putting those letters out there but now I'm done!" Glanville also wrote when she first posted the letter pic. "Lawyer is handling it! Thanks haters F--k off pls."
About an hour later, she added, "Everytime I have a book come out someone pulls shady s--t to make it not about my book, I'm going to now focus on my NY times best seller :)"
But according to Cibrian's camp, it's Glanville who's providing the shade here.
"Brandi's first tweet stated Eddie was asking her for child support which is now been proven as a complete lie," a rep for LeAnn Rimes' husband tells E! News.
"Eddie has been and is continuing TO pay child support to Brandi," Cibrian's rep continued. "This is an unrelated issue and regards the QDRO—Qualified Domestic Relations Order. It only pertains to the division of Eddie's retirement plan. This was discussed, agreed upon and in place four years ago in 2010 and is now being divided up. This is yet another endless attempt to manipulate the truth which always seems to happen when Brandi has something to promote. By now, after all these years of this happening repeatedly, everyone including every media outlet should know not to believe anything Brandi says."
In the letter, a photo copy of which was obtained by E! News, the attorney states that a "possible overpayment or underpayment of child support and/or spousal support payments" will be factored into the division of the retirement plan. The letter, dated Jan. 31, further states that Cibrian told the attorney that he believed he has overpaid Glanville $114,738 in child support
And Twitter has never been the same since.
—Reporting by Melanie Bromley