Lisa Vanderpump, Mohamed Hadid and Yolanda Foster are denying Brandi Glanville's claims against Joanna Krupa. According to a new report, the Real Housewives of Miami star's case against her fellow reality star may have just taken a turn in her direction as key witnesses speak out on her behalf.

Nearly two years ago, Krupa filed a lawsuit against Glanville, who previously starred on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, claiming that she lied about her and caused her to lose work after damaging her reputation by stating that her lady parts gave off a foul smell.

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Glanville also alleged that Krupa had destroyed the marriage of Yolanda Foster and Mohamed Hadid and claimed she was aware of the two issues because both Lisa Vanderpump and her longtime friend, Hadid, had spoken of them before.

Since then, Vanderpump, Hadid and Foster have denied the claims and led Krupa to amend her complaint against Glanville and seek punitive damages, which could garner her up to $2 million. According to a report by the Daily Mail on August 29, transcripts from Vanderpump and Hadid's deposition were included with Krupa's amended documents.

"Hadid said that he never informed Glanville of an affair between him and Krupa, and that he never made comments about Krupa's private parts," the outlet explained. "Vanderpump also says she never had a conversation with Glanville."

Lisa Vanderpump has been a victim of Brandi Glanville as well

After Glanville joined the cast of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills during season two, she and Lisa Vanderpump hit it off and enjoyed a friendship both on-screen and off for years.

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However, during season four, things between them took a turn for the worse and Glanville accused Vanderpump of manipulating the cast. Then, during season five, Glanville slapped Vanderpump on the cheek as she claimed to be reenacting a scene from The Love Boat. After their falling out, Glanville accused Lisa Vanderpump of previously living in The Valley and claimed she had once filed for bankruptcy, both of which were lies.

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