Bravo allegedly made attempts to “encourage” Brandi Glanville and her co-stars to consume alcohol while they were in Morocco filming Season 5 of “Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip.”
Over the weekend, the former cast member of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” posted many tweets, one of which included an allegedly screenshot of a text message from a “RHUGT” producer about drinking alcohol.
In addition to a previously unseen text that was purportedly sent to her while filming Season 5 of the Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip, Glanville posted several messages on Twitter.
“Although producers do not force alcohol down our throats, they promote it, even in Morocco when it is against the law to drink,” the woman tweeted on Saturday.
It is unclear who exactly sent Glanville the message, even though she purposefully blocked out the contact’s name on her phone and attached a screenshot to the tweet.
Glanville, 51, claimed in her tweet that it is “completely illegal to walk around a spice market and the shopping areas in Morocco with water bottles filled with vodka.”
“There are designated places that you are allowed to drink, and it’s mostly at night,” she claimed.
Nonetheless, numerous Twitter users defended the network, asserting that Glanville was mistaken and that it is acceptable to consume alcohol in other settings.
Glanville persisted in tweeting about the cast trip despite criticism, claiming their “butler in Morocco was told to flirt” with her.
“He said he had a girlfriend when I asked, so I told him not to do it and refrained from joining in. He was lovely; I didn’t want his life ruined!” she wrote.
After being accused of touching fellow reality star Caroline Manzo’s “breast area and vaginal area” over her clothing, Glanville has since denied any wrongdoing.
After another butler who catered to the Season 2 “RHUGT” cast sued Bravo earlier this year in October, the former Bravolebrity made special mention of the butler.
At the time of the lawsuit, Glanville placed the blame on the producers. She has since maintained her innocence by saying that “these producers need to be held accountable” and that she is “not going down.”
“This is just the tip of the iceberg; even though I like some of these producers, I am not taking them off for them.” The truth always comes out, so it is time to fight back,” she said.
It is unclear whether Glanville was denying any involvement with alcohol or if she was speaking about her accusation that she had touched Caroline Manzo’s “breast area and vaginal area” while she was clothed.
Since then, Glanville has even chalked it up to being a “f–king setup” to create a storyline for the “Real Housewives” spinoff.
The “Real Housewives of New York City” alum Leah McSweeney, who is suing Bravo herself, defended Glanville and wrote in her Instagram Story that the network and its producers “encourage blackout drinking.”
Over the weekend, Glanville retaliated against a recent article regarding the future of RHUGT, saying, “This is character assassination.”
“I am f—— an innocent producer who told Marco to dance,” claiming the only time she had interacted with him was to rip off his shirt.
Since then, Glanville has angrily denied any wrongdoing and even said that the whole thing was a “f–king set up” to develop a plot for the spinoff of “Real Housewives.”
Bravo and Peacock have since delayed the Season 5 premiere, and sources previously told us the show is “probably never going to air” amid all the controversies.
Nevertheless, neither the network nor the streaming provider have announced the premiere date for the canceled show.