Brandi Glanville: LeAnn Rimes has eating disorder, takes laxatives

Brandi Glanville is known for causing a few arguments on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” but lately, Glanville’s personal life has had more drama than the Bravo show.

Glanville, ex-wife of actor Eddie Cibrian, has revealed details of her ongoing arguments with LeAnn Rimes and Cibrian, and she’s alleging that Rimes has a “severe eating disorder” and takes laxatives.

In an interview with US Weekly earlier this week, Glanville fumed about a recent incident in which she claims one of her two children with Cibrian was put in danger in Rimes’ care.

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“LeAnn has a severe eating disorder. She has [a laxative] in every purse. [My son] Mason found one on the floor and thought it was a Skittle! They don't keep sugar in the house. He thought he finally found candy!”

She went on to allege her son got sick from the incident, adding she doesn’t want her children alone with Rimes.

“These are my children and I don't want this unstable person around them when she's alone."

Glanville also claimed the country singer posted a video of her youngest son riding his bicycle without a helmet.

The "Real Housewives" star said in the video: "She's behind him and I know that he's having fun. I'm sure it was great, and I know that he loves her, but they don't realize that they're in danger."

In response, Cibrian told RadarOnline his children are lucky to have Rimes in their lives and blamed Glanville for the arguments.

"My wife, LeAnn, continues to be a loving and positive influence on the lives of my sons. They are without a doubt lucky to have her. The love they have for their 'bonus mom' continues to grow each day as we navigate the changes to our family; a fact that Brandi cannot argue as she herself has stated as much," Cibrian told Radar. "If my ex-wife truly cared about the welfare of our sons, she would stop the constant bashing on an important person in their lives and focus on productive co-parenting to make our blended family the strongest it can be. And she would do so privately. Let's see..."

Glanville took to Twitter to say (even more) about her side of the story.

“I know [one] thing for sure in life I am a GREAT and loving Mom,” she tweeted. “My boys come [first] ALWAYS ask anyone that knows me.”

Rimes, who is also a frequent Twitter user, has not mentioned the conflict in her posts.