Brandi Glanville

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Apparently, Brandi Glanville was unaware that not every experience with airport security is pleasant.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star took to Twitter to fire off a series of heated tweets aimed at an LAX TSA agent, who the mother of two seemingly felt was responsible for delaying her travels to New York City.

"Standing in security line at lax! So slow!!! Grrrr," the reality star wrote, expressing her frustrations on the social media site (come on, girl, when is the security line ever fast?!).

But the harmless tweet was followed by an expletive-filled post after Glanville missed her flight to the Big Apple.

"Here is a GIANT F--K U to the TSA F--KHEAD that made me miss my flight! I will be in the airport 4 a bit U have ugly eye brows and smell bad" she added 30 minutes after.

We're guessing the TSA Twitter doesn't follow @brandiglanville.

Luckily, the Bravo star was able to board a flight just over an hour later.

"Finally on a flight!" she happily wrote, making no further reference to the "ugly" insult (perhaps she felt inspired by Amanda Bynes' tweets?).

And of course, after Brandi's post starting popping up on various sites, the Drinking and Tweeting author took to Twitter to fire back at the tabloids.

"Dear @radar_online one tweet about a mean man who made me miss my flight is hardly a Rant! Slow news day???" she wrote this morning.

In addition to her tweets, Glanville has also been making headlines for her relationship with former Oakland Raiders football player Drew Carter, who she recently brought to the Real Housewives season four finale party.

"He's a good guy and he treats her very well," a source told E! News of the budding couple after their third date. "They're into each other."

A new beau and a life full of airport pat-downs? What more could a girl want.

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