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Denise Richards Reportedly Plans To Air Brandi Glanville And Lisa Rinna’s ‘Dirty Laundry’ Following Her ‘RHOBH’ Exit!

Denise Richards is reportedly planning on releasing a tell-all about her former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-stars, in particular about Lisa Rinna and Brandi Glanville.

“Denise is aching to air their dirty laundry,” an insider told OK! Magazine. “She insists she wasn’t able to set the record straight about Brandi, and it stinks because it was her reputation that was tarnished, and her marriage [to Aaron Phyper] that faced serious pressure.”

The insider added, Richards is “ready to dish about all the two-faced garbage.”

If you recall, a rep for the actress confirmed the news to Variety on Wednesday, September 9, that she won’t be back for season 11 of the Bravo hit reality series. The announcement came hours before part two of the reunion is set to air on Bravo.

Bravo released a statement regarding Richards' exit via their official Instagram page. "She’s bold, beautiful, and saying goodbye to Bravo, Bravo, Bravo. Thank you @deniserichards for two amazing seasons of #RHOBH ❤️💎," the network captioned the post.

Richards has been in the hot seat during season 10 of RHOBH amid Brandi Glanville’s claims that the two women had an affair. While Richards has maintained that she didn’t sleep with Glanville or cheat on husband Aaron Phypers, Glanville insists that she had sex with Richards during a visit to her movie set in April 2019.

Denise first joined RHOBH in Season 9. Over the past two seasons, viewers got to see Denise at home with her family, which includes daughters Sami (16), Lola (15), and Eloise (9), as well as husband Aaron Phypers, whom she married on her debut season of RHOBH.

Aside from RHOBH, she landed many acting roles, including the daytime soap drama on The Bold and the Beautiful. Most recently, Denise was in Spain filming the epic medieval series Glow and Darkness, which resumed production in August after being shut down due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

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