Brandi Glanville revealed on Twitter last month that Bravo had told her to stop talking about The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and according to a new report, the mother of two recently shared more details about what led the network to contact her.
On May 3, The Cheat Sheet revealed that after sharing on Twitter that Bravo reached out to her to request silence, she learned more details about exactly what she did that led them to reach out to her.
After the outlet described Glanville as a chatty person who loves to interact with her fans and followers on social media, they noted that Glanville has been quite vocal about the hookups that allegedly took place between her and Denise Richards, who is married, which is apparently a big problem for Bravo.
As fans of the Real Housewives franchise well know, it is important to keep certain storylines under wraps and because Glanville has been so open with her fans, she may have already disclosed information that could spoil certain aspects of the show for viewers.
After seeing that Glanville was being a bit too talkative, Bravo asked her to stop talking about the show on social media.
Days later, during the May 1 episode of her podcast, Brandi Glanville Unfiltered, Glanville addressed the topic with listeners.
“I wrote one night on Twitter that people were asking me all these questions about Denise,” she said. “So I get a text from one of the producers at Bravo and he sweetly asked me… he’s like, ‘Babe, could you kind of not talk about the Denise situation because it’s preempting the show.’”
“And because I’m a nice person, I said, ‘Sure, I won’t do that,’” Glanville continued.
According to Glanville, it was one of her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills producers who asked her to stop talking about her drama with Richards on social media and while there have been rumors claiming she was sent a “gag order” by the network, there is no truth to those reports.
Glanville has suggested to fans of the show that she and Richards hooked up last year.
After her chat with the producer, Glanville realized it was best to keep her thoughts to her self, at least for now.
“No one sent me a gag order, no one owns me. If I want to talk, I will talk but I don’t want to preempt something,” she added. “I don’t want to ruin other people’s work. I am choosing not to speak about it, that’s it.”
To see more of Glanville and her co-stars, don’t miss new episodes of the 10th season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Wednesday nights at 8 p.m. on Bravo.