It is NOT easy being a reality TV star!
First of all, you have to drink a LOT of wine. Then you have to pick a fight with someone and then you have to storm out of a room in high heels without falling over despite all the wine you’ve been drinking!
But there’s another major downside that Brandi Glanville is sadly discovering.
Now that she’s one of the most popular Real Housewives of Beverly Hills stars, Brandi is feeling the fandom a little too close to home.
The sassy single momma revealed how her newfound fame has resulted in a much needed move:
“I need a little more privacy. I had some people that are fans of the show and they were just coming up knocking on the door at all hours of the night. I need more security and maybe a gate for the safety of the children and myself … I’m by myself half the time and the other half I have two little boys and I have to protect them. I can’t have no privacy and people coming to the door at all hours”
We can see how that would be totes scary!
We mean, we’re seriously cray cray about the Housewives but even we wouldn’t go that far, so you know the fans knocking on her door have to be straight up CRAY!
But her two little boys don’t need to worry about being uprooted from the life they know especially since they’ll be moving on up with their new place.
“The kids will be at the same school. I would never pull them away from their friends … This is the first one we’ve had without a pool. I need to have activities for them and a pool is great. There’s not much room for the kids to play outside right now. We have a little tiny square of grass with a swing set in and that’s kind of it. I need a little more yard for them to go crazy.”
Sounds like a great plan for Brandi and the boys!
We hope the lovely lady can find a new home before filming for the new season starts!
Gotta have somewhere to throw a dinner party so everyone can brawl!
[Image via Brian To/WENN.]
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