RHOBH Star Brandi Glanville Is A ‘Toxic’ Friend For Kim Richards! Find Out The New Person Calling Her Out HERE!

Kim Richards' son says Brandi Glanville is toxic!

It seems that classic Britney hit (Oops!… I Did It Again) is applicable for all sorts of situations.

We all know how Kim Richards‘ sister, Kyle, feels about her recent friendship with Brandi Glanville.

But, this time it’s not Kim’s younger sister who’s throwing shade at her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills costar…

It’s her son, Chad Davis!

Chad joined his mom for her highly-anticipated interview with Dr. Phil today, where he called Brandi out for being “toxic.”

[ Video: Kim Richards Storms Out Of Her Interview With Dr. Phil! ]

Them’s fightin’ words!

However, maybe Chad has a point.

In a recent promo clip for the interview, Kim confesses she had been drinking before she drove herself to the Polo Lounge at the Beverly Hills Hotel, where she was not-so-glamorously arrested. She said the bar was already closed when she got there!

The TV psychologist bluntly tried to get the former child actress to open her eyes and see the bigger picture:

“You are drunk in a bar, fighting with a cop. That is not good mothering.”

But, the reality star tried to blame her life in the spotlight for the decisions she’s made regarding drugs and alcohol:

“Living through this season on the show, sometimes it’s hard enough to get through it. The fans are very hard on me, and I went on Twitter to see what people were saying and it was just horrible.”

Her other kids, Brooke Brinson and Kimberly Jackson were also there for the big interview. But instead of calling out her booze buddy, Brooke had a different perspective on her mother’s arrest:

“This is the best thing that could have happened.”

In Brooke’s defense, it was recently reported that Kim checked herself into rehab, so we’re glad she is seeking out treatment.

To catch her full interview, tune your TV’s to Dr. Phil today!

[Image via Adriana M. Barraza/Joel Ginsberg/WENN.]

Apr 28, 2015 10:24am PDT

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