RHOBH's Brandi Glanville makes bold legal move in battle with Joanna Krupa

Jul 30, 2015 at 3:36 p.m. ET
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Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville has decided to represent herself in her "foolish" legal battle with Real Housewives of Miami star Joanna Krupa.

In a strange twist, Glanville finally had to pull the plug on her expensive lawyers and has decided the only way to get the job done is to do it herself.

When her lawyers became too pricey, she took to Twitter for advice. On July 29, Glanville tweeted to let her followers know she's shelled out $50,000 on this "foolish lawsuit" and also asked if there was anyone out there in the Twittersphere interested in representing her.


When one fan followed up with the reality TV star, asking if she was still looking for representation, Glanville replied that she would, indeed, be representing herself in court.


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The lawsuit claims that Krupa has been slandered by Glanville. According to Krupa, Glanville falsely accused her of having an affair with Housewives husband Mohamed Hadid, and also childishly claimed that Krupa’s "p**** smelled." Yes, she said that on camera... several times.

When Krupa warned Glanville to retract her statements or face a slander suit, Glanville doubled down and repeated the lewd comments on Bravo's YouTube show What What Happens Live.

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Now, it looks like the trouble is only continuing to mount for the Beverly Hills star as costars Lisa Vanderpump and Yolanda Foster (Hadid's wife) will be forced to testify against her.

And with Glanville clearly in financial trouble, it will be prove difficult for her to pay any potential damages if she were to lose this case. Krupa is looking for $15,000 in damages for Glanville's comments.

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