An insider revealed that the whole thing was hard for Jen to comprehend.
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LeAnn Rimes has all sorts of personal and legal dramz goin' on right now, but former feuding partner Brandi Glanville doesn't want anything to do with it!
The Real Housewives star was kind enough to wish her children's stepmom well during treatment and a Friday tweet makes it sound like that's the last comment she wants to make on the matter. In an attempt to stop her and LeAnn's fans from trash talking either of them, the single mom said:
PLEASE remember that I have children involved in this madness, let's STOP hating!!!!
— Brandi Glanville (@BrandiGlanville) August 31, 2012
The country singer is accusing a Northern California woman named Kimberly Smiley of secretly recording a phone conversation they had in March and posting it online to cyber bully her.
Despite the $25,000 suit filed on Thursday, the high school teacher isn't backing down and told sources:
“I plan to take my own action against her. This could impact my family and business. Somebody needs to stand up or LeAnn will continue doing this for the rest of her life. I have a right to my opinion. I have never bullied her. She blocked me on Twitter and then I took my account private, so how can I bully her if I’m blocked AND have a private account? It makes no sense. People who don’t like her have a right to their opinion. She’s a public figure. But I have never bullied her."
Who would have thought an online feud with a fan would ever go to court? Not us!
If Mz. Smiley can prove every thing she's been saying, it sounds like she has a pretty good defense, as she continued:
“She called ME. She was trying to berate me into liking her. When she didn’t get her way she got frustrated. She called me ‘incredibly f*cking rude.’ She was really mad. I guess she is used to people bowing down to her but I’m not that kind of person. She’s not used to people standing their ground.”
We'll definitely be keeping U posted to see where this shocking legal mess goes!
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