Brandi Glanville officially responds to Caroline Manzo’s sexual harassment claims and her lawsuit against Bravo. Get all the details.
Brandi Glanville is officially responding to Caroline Manzo‘s lawsuit against Bravo and claims that she sexually harassed the Real Housewives of New Jersey OG while they filmed season 4 of the Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip in Morocco.
Just a day after pleading on Twitter for Bravo to air season 4 of RHUGT, a rep for Brandi Glanville has released an official statement detailing the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum’s feelings on Caroline’s lawsuit and claims of sexual harassment.
“Can we PLEASE air this fucking show already it’s so I can be vindicated. It’s been a year now! Please let me live and provide!. This is INSANE!”
Now, in a statement to Page Six, a rep for Brandi Glanville calls Caroline Manzo’s claims of sexual harassment “absurd” and insists that the former RHOBH star is completely “innocent.”
“Sadly, Brandi had to wake up to yet another lawsuit that includes defamatory, false accusations about her,” a rep for Brandi Glanville said.
“While filming, Brandi followed what the producers asked of her, and there was no sexual assault. She is innocent of these absurd accusations that have weighed on her mental and physical health for far too long without a word of support from Peacock, Shed or Bravo. This painful storytelling seems endless and needs to stop. She is looking to move on and upward and get her life back.”
Meanwhile, Caroline Manzo’s attorney, Derek Smith, blasted Bravo and NBCUniversal in a statement to Page Six.
“We are outraged by Bravo, Peacock and NBC’s conduct and look forward to having the issues decided by a jury. Sexual harassment should never be entertainment!” the lawyer said.
“We believe this case is about the networks selfishly sacrificing the well-being of their talent for ratings and profit,” he elaborated. “Brandi Glanville stated she was simply doing what the producers told her to do.”
Smith concluded, stating that reality TV is “leading to severe emotional and physical harm of its talent” and declaring, “This must stop.”
Last week, the Real Housewives of New Jersey alum just filed a lawsuit against Bravo as well as several other production company and studios involved in making the Peacock show, Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip.
Just days after Caroline’s lawsuit against Bravo was made public, new details about the alleged abuse the Real Housewives of New Jersey alum suffered at the hand of Brandi have been revealed.
In the documents, the 62-year-old detailed how she was allegedly abused by the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star in Morocco.
Check out all the details HERE.
Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip: RHONY Legacy is currently available on Peacock.