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Case Of Brandi Glanville Vs. Joanna Krupa In Judge's Hands Now!

Joanna Krupa and Brandi Glanville's legal battle is FINALLY coming to a head later this month after nearly two years of legal wrangling. The Miami Herald reports that lawyers for former Real Housewives of Miami star Joanna Krupa, the plaintiff, and former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Brandi Glanville are set to argue before Judge Pedro Echarte on whether he should throw out a slander case involving the two reality stars.

The subject matter is delicate: It’s about rumors allegedly spread by Glanville in 2013 and 2014 that a foul odor emanates from Krupa’s lady parts.

And on January 24, Judge Echarte will have to decide whether Granville’s statements on Bravo, the cable outfit that owns the “Real Housewives” franchise, fall under a statute of limitation.

Glanville’s side says the one-year limitation of California, where the statement was made, should be considered. If that were the case, the lawsuit would be dismissed, reports the publication.

Krupa’s attorney, Ray Rafool, says only a fool would use California law in Florida, where the limit is two years. If the judge picks Florida, the case will likely go to a trial later this year.

“It’s unlikely the judge will throw the case out on that argument,” Rafool says. “Joanna was and is a resident of Florida, so there’s no reason to use California standards.”

What makes that motion even more important is that Rafool won the right to ask Glanville for punitive damages since Glanville made the un-hygienic accusations — she claims she was just repeating what a former lover of Krupa’s told her — willfully and more than once.

“Punitive damages are supposed to punish a person in her wallet,” Rafool said. “The award will be proportionate to Glanville’s wealth.”

That’s estimated to be in the $4.7 million range, mostly from Glanville’s divorce from “Third Watch” star Eddie Cibian in 2010.

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