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Joanna Krupa Officially Sues Brandi Glanville For Slander, Demands Trial By Jury!

The feud between Joanna Krupa and Brandi Glanville has been going on for over a year. Now their feud is heading to the courtroom. The Real Housewives of Miami star filed a lawsuit against the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star on Wednesday in Miami-Dade County.

Krupa is citing "slander, slander per se and intentional infliction of emotional distress" over past claims Glanville has made about the model's alleged affair with Mohamed Hadid and her allegedly smelly vagina. Now, Krupa is "demand(ing) a trial by jury" and "intends to amend her complaint and seek punitive damages against Glanville."

After filing her suit against Glanville, the Real Housewives of Miami star told E! News exclusively, "Bullying hurts!"

In the suit, Krupa claims that Glanville "knowingly made the false and malicious statement" that she had "sexual relations" with Hadid while he was married to Yolanda Foster. Krupa also claims Glanville "knowingly made the false and malicious statement that Mr. Hadid told her that Mr. Krupa's 'p--sy smelled.'"

These statements were made on Bravo's Watch What Happens Live in November 2013. During this appearance, Glanville claimed that Lisa Vanderpump witnessed Hadid's statements about Krupa's allegedly stinky private areas.

Per Krupa's suit, Hadid, Foster and Vanderpump "denied the truth of Glanville's statements and publicly confirmed Mr. Hadid never made the statements Glanville said were true and attributed to Mr. Hadid, and advised and/or confirmed that Glanville's defamatory statements were false."

The lawsuit goes on to state that in December 2014, Glanville made additional "false and malicious statements" claiming "that Mrs. Krupa's vagina was malodorous" on WWHL's YouTube Channel "Bravo's Watch What happens Live Clubhouse." During this appearance, she asked host Andy Cohen, in relation to Krupa, if he "[got] food poisoning from bad sushi," noting the model was stunning, "but you can't help the odor situation." Krupa claims Glanville made these statements publicly knowing they were false.

On Jan. 6, Krupa's attorney Raymond Rafool wrote a letter to Glanville stating his client's intent to sue for libel, slander and defamation and asked for an apology and a retraction of these comments. Per the suit filed this week, Glanville has yet to apologize to Krupa or retract her statements.

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