LeAnn Rimes talks about being the evil stepmother

After sending a tweet with a link to helping stepmothers, many felt the comment was negative toward her husband’s ex-wife.

Leann Rimes CibrarianLeAnn Rimes took on more than just a new husband when she left her husband for Eddie Cibrarian in 2009… she also took on a family.

The controversial affair made headlines because both parties were married at the time.

So it’s not a surprise Cibrian’s ex Brandi Glanville might be a little upset at Rimes, especially since Rimes is now her children’s stepmother.

On Friday, Rimes tweeted a link to a blog called The Evil Stepmother Speaks, and an article entitled The ONE LESSON that Can Change Your Life aka Stepmoms Listen Up!, and people took notice.

She tweeted the link along with the comment “This sounds amazing.”

RadarOnline then posted the link with the comment “‘Evil Stepmother’ LeAnn Rimes Shares Blog About Dealing With That ‘Nasty Ex-Wife’.”

Rimes responded to RadarOnline with the comment “It’s not negative though it’s positive. It’s about moving through things and self care.”

Going through both Rimes and Glanville’s Twitter pages makes it look like the two are friends, or at the very least trying to be friendly, for the sake of the children.

Glanville, a former model, was married to Cibrian when he and LeAnn began to have an affair. Rimes was married to back-up dancer Dean Sheremet at the time. They had been married for seven years.

This is not Rimes’ first attempt to use Twitter to fix broken friendships. She recently tweeted to her ex-husband Sheremet about the loss of his grandmother.

“I’m so sorry. She looks so beautiful here, always did,” she tweeted, according to the UK Mail Online. “Surreal, I hope you are OK. I can’t imagine.”

He responded later with “Thanks Le, she loved you. Your condolences mean a lot.”

Glanville’s response on Friday was slightly delayed but the UK Daily Mail said it was because she was busy. Rimes seems to be okay with sharing her personal life and battles over social network, and those involved are being forced to comply.

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