"My kids can be on a E news special apparently but not in the back ground of the show I am on?" Glanville tweeted. "Amazing!"
When one Twitter user told Glanville her tweet was "a pathetic excuse at [sympathy]," she fired back. "Wait i just turned it on and saw my kids!" the reality star wrote. "I thought they werent allowed on TV???"
Glanville explained to another fan that "the point is [Eddie] says they cant be on the background of rhobh so when i shoot i have to send them off to a babysitter."
According to Glanville, "Eddies lawyer" told her bosses, including Andy Cohen, that Mason and Jake aren't allowed to be featured in the background of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. "Yet I didn't get asked to sign off 4 them being on this 'reality show,'" she wrote.
Rimes declined to address Glanville's tweets directly.