Monday, July 10, 2017

Brandi Glanville Says Joanna Krupa Should Just Deal With ‘Smelly P***y’ Comment Rather Than Sue Her Over It!

The legal battle between Joanna Krupa and Brandi Glanville continues. According to a new report, the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star says that the former Real Housewives of Miami star should just deal with the comments she made about her vagina rather than sue her for them.

During a deposition that took place on Thursday as part of the ongoing lawsuit between the two, Glanville said signing up for a reality show means you deal with "the good, the bad and the ugly that comes along with it," reported TMZ.

As previously reported, Krupa is suing Glanville over remarks she made on Bravo's late night talk show, Watch What Happens Live in November 2013 suggesting Krupa's vagina "smelled."

Glanville said under oath, according to TMZ, that she "didn't say anything that I knew to be false."

When Krupa's lawyer asked if that included being able to say that Krupa's "p***y smells," Glanville responded: "Well, yeah."

Krupa, who filed a defamation suit, is seeking punitive damages, which could amount to as much as $2 million under Florida law.

Back on January 25, a Miami judge ordered Krupa to hand over both her gynecological records from 2000 to 2005 and her Real Housewives of Miami contract. Glanville has argued that the contract prohibits Krupa from suing her, according to The Daily Mail.

Krupa claimed that Glanville's comments caused her emotional distress and damaged her reputation by labeling her as someone who slept with a married man. She sued Glanville in January 2015 for using her celebrity status to embarrass, ridicule and ruin her image, and hurt her ability to get work in the entertainment industry.

On August 18 2016, Krupa filed court documents to amend her complaint to seek punitive damages from Glanville, revealing that Vanderpump and Hadid all said Glanville's allegations are not true, reports the publication.

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