Brandi Glanville

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Brandi Glanville admittedly had a rough night out last week. But that is all she is admitting to.

"Dear @radar_online, Not spiraling out of control. I've had a rough month, family dog missing, lawsuit, gross man selling storys, I had 1 bad nite," she tweeted today in response to an article posted July 12 claiming that Glanville's friends are "seriously concerned" about her.

Last Tuesday, the 40-year-old mother of two made headlines when she flashed her thong and one of her breasts while stumbling out of the London West Hollywood hotel last Tuesday night on the arm of a friend.

She tweeted the morning after, "I got drunk with my gays its not murder. Everyone kept sending us drinks. I was being polite."

"When ur PERFECT and make all the right decisions ALL the time, and don't have at least a bit of cellulite on ur ass, get back 2 me," she added.

But while Glanville's wardrobe malfunction was unquestionably not a murder-caliber offense, Radar quoted a source who sounded more concerned that Eddie Cibrian's ex-wife was doing harm to herself.

Further emphasizing that she happened to get caught having only one bad night, Glanville also further explained the broken hand that she showed off via Twitter last week.

"Broken fifth metacarpal, boxers break 5one during a very sober self defense class as u will see on tv!" she wrote today.

Sounds like Real Housewives of Beverly Hills viewers will have plenty of opportunities to judge for themselves how Brandi is doing.

Meanwhile, LeAnn Rimes was asked on The Talk today, during a segment dubbed "Rimes on the Record," about recently running into Brandi at a restaurant while out with her hubby (aka Brandi's ex-hubby).

"It was awkward, but there was no wine thrown," LeAnn clarified when asked if the rumor—which included a particularly scandalous tidbit about Brandi tossing a glass of wine at them—was true. "I'll just leave it at that."

Surely Brandi's thank you note to Leann for clearing up that story is in the mail.

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