Brandi Glanville says Denise Richards stared at her b**bs and threw her against bathroom wall to 'make out'
'We went to dinner and Denise is sitting across from me and the whole time she is looking at my boobs,' Glanville alleged
Brandi Glanville is finally telling her side of the story about the alleged rendezvous she had with former 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' star Denise Richards. The 47-year-old claimed that Richards was "sexually aggressive" towards her when they first met. On September 18, 2018, the duo went to Rande Gerber’s Café Habana in Malibu, she told DailyMailTV. Richards has adamantly denied all of Glanville’s allegations of a tryst in the past.
Glanville claimed that her agent set up the meeting so Glanville could give Richards advice on joining “RHOBH” as he was taking her on as a client as well, but it turned into something more. “We went to dinner and Denise is sitting across from me and the whole time she is looking at my boobs,” she alleged. “Then our agent left because it was getting late for him, but we stayed because we were having a great time, we were hitting it off.” She continued, “And then Denise said to me, ‘Oh my God, does it seem like I’ve been looking at your boobs all night?’ I’m like, ‘Yeah, pretty much.'” Richards then allegedly told Glanville that she was considering having a breast implant herself and asked to see the work Glanville had done. “We went into the bathroom and I showed her my b**bs and right when I took my shirt down,” Glanville alleged. “She just kind of threw me against the wall and started making out with me," she revealed during the DailyMailTV interview.
“We were drunk and it’s not the first time I’ve made out with a friend or a girl,” she said. “I was flattered, it was a compliment. She’s a beautiful girl. She’s Denise Richards.” The duo then allegedly went back to the table to have more drinks before heading back into the bathroom. “We were just making out, I had jeans on,” Glanville claimed. “There was nothing other than like a little bit of ti–y sucking, but it was sexy," she told DailyMailTV. From there, Glanville said that Richards continued to want to see her. “It was nonstop from her after the first night we met,” she alleged. “She wanted to finish what she started, that’s how I felt.” She continued, “She was literally texting me every single day. ‘Oh, I’m in your neighborhood, can I just come over? Can I come over? I need to see you.’ I said, ‘Well, I can meet you for a drink, I can meet you at dinner.’ I just didn’t want to be alone with her, because I felt that she had a lot of dude energy, like she really wanted me.”
“All night we talked about sex and how [Phypers] was okay as long as she was with a girl, she could never be with a guy,” Glanville claimed. “It was an interesting conversation and it just made me feel like, ‘Okay, these are very sexual people that are very open.'” “I felt she wanted to hit it and quit it,” Glanville claimed. “She was very sexually aggressive and once she got what she wanted, she didn’t want to know.” “I really didn’t think it was going to be as huge as it is,” Glanville concluded of the aftermath of the alleged tryst. “It’s literally everywhere.”
As soon as her statements came out, Internet started reacting to it, as one user commented, "This story doesn’t ring true, because Brandi is always the one who comes on to people; the idea that she was trying to avoid the aggressive Denise is laughable."
This story doesn’t ring true, because Brandi is always the one who comes on to people; the idea that she was trying to avoid the aggressive Denise is laughable.— Francesca (@SonniFrancesca) September 16, 2020
While another said, "So Brandi lied. Duh. And all those women jumped on that weird homophobic narrative. Not gross at all!" to which another netizen replied, "Where's the lie? This is the timeline and story from the beginning. No one had an issue with 2 women, they had issues with Denise lying. In fact, the cast all said they didn't care what happened, only that the cover up/lie was worse than an affair."
So Brandi lied. Duh. And all those women jumped on that weird homophobic narrative. Not gross at all!— sam greisman (@SAMGREIS) September 15, 2020
Where's the lie? This is the timeline and story from the beginning. No one had an issue with 2 women, they had issues with Denise lying. In fact, the cast all said they didn't care what happened, only that the cover up/lie was worse than an affair.— HRH HNG (@haliberryg) September 16, 2020