Brandi Glanville was reportedly removed from filming on the fourth season of Real Housewives: Ultimate Girls Trip in Morocco at the end of last month. And now, weeks later, fans are learning more about what led up to her alleged early exit.
Following reports claiming the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum “stuck her tongue down” Caroline Manzo‘s throat and touched the former Real Housewives of New Jersey cast member’s breast and genital areas, Brandi is being accused of behaving erratically amid not one but two alleged lewd incidents.
On February 15, Page Six revealed Brandi reportedly propositioned one of the show’s producers, asking them by name, “Do you want to f-ck me tonight,” as cast and crew members looked on.
And while the ex-RHOBH star and the unnamed person were described as being “old friends” as sources claimed they took Brandi’s supposed comment as a joke, the fact that the incident came after Brandi’s reported encounter with Caroline led to concern from Shed Media executives.
In addition to launching an investigation into what went down between Brandi and Caroline, the production company flagged Brandi’s rumored interaction with the team member as “inappropriate.”
And while Brandi has seemingly denied claims regarding her time with Caroline, saying on Twitter to “check your sources,” she was ultimately removed from the cast’s home and taken to a hotel before leaving the island as her castmates finished filming.
Caroline was also said to have left early after feeling uncomfortable with what allegedly went down.
As fans may have heard, Brandi and Caroline were allegedly drinking prior to the reported incident, with both of the women having “at least four tequila shots each,” according to Page Six. In fact, the ladies were said to have been “making out” with one another, with Caroline supposedly saying (although insiders deny it) that she’s “been kissed by women before, but I’ve never kissed back [until this evening].”
While Peacock has not released a statement in regard to this latest news, they did speak out after the first report about Brandi and Caroline.
“The safety and security of cast and crew while shooting is extremely important and we take all reports seriously,” they said in a statement to PEOPLE. “In this situation, production immediately launched a comprehensive review and is taking appropriate action.”
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