The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville certainly isn't shy when it comes to throwing jabs at her ex-husband Eddie Cibrian's wife LeAnn Rimes — but what about his other former mistress?
On this week's Housewives, Glanville confronts Scheana Marie, the waitress who admitted in 2009 that she had been in a relationship with Cibrian when he was still married to Glanville. Marie had been pushing to meet Glanville ever since her admission, but this was the first time they had intentionally sat down face-to-face.
"There's questions that it'd be nice to have answers to," Glanville said before meeting Marie at a restaurant. "I'm gonna need a giant drink for this."
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And though she was the one who pressed for the conversation, Marie was equally nervous. "I don't think this is something either of us necessarily wants to do, but I think I just have so much that I need to get off my chest with you," she told Glanville, before apologizing. "It's a conversation I've been dreading for years, but I just feel like I need to have."
Glanville thanked Marie for her apology, but stopped short of offering her any comfort when Marie started to tear up.
"Don't cry. Really," Glanville interjected drily. "Because I lost my family. I lost everything that I had. So if anyone's going to cry here, it's not going to be you."
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Later in the episode, Glanville asserted that she's in a "better place" than Marie, who's currently starring on Glanville's Housewives co-star Lisa Vanderpump's new spin-off, Vanderpump Rules, and just released her first single.
Watch Glanville and Marie's confrontation below: