Brandi Glanville and Lisa Vanderpump are back at it. Although Glanville lost her full-time role on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" over a year ago, she has remained a part of the cast's drama and this week on Twitter, she denied a recent claim made about her former friend and co-star.

"Lisa Blocks Brandi." This is what a recent headline in a magazine claimed and Glanville insists is not true. In a recent tweet to fans, Glanville posted a photo of a magazine portion which suggested she was attempting to contact Vanderpump in an effort to get back on the Bravo reality series.


The magazine clipping also revealed Vanderpump was having no of the drama and claimed the "queen bee" had blocked the former reality star from reaching her.

Brandi Glanville may have sealed her fate with Bravo TV during season 5

During filming on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" season 5, Brandi Glanville "playfully" slapped Lisa Vanderpump in the face, which reportedly left the restauranteur "reeling." Months later, Glanville was mysteriously removed from her full-time role on the series.


“That was an incredibly stupid move on Brandi’s part," the magazine's source said, explaining that Vanderpump is powerful -- and noting that when she wants someone off of the series, she gets her way. The magazine went on to claim that Glanville has been scrambling to find work since leaving the show and has been calling Vanderpump constantly (several times a day, according to the report) in hopes of apologizing for her past behavior and requesting to talk out their issues.

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Brandi Glanville denies calling Lisa Vanderpump

After reading what the magazine's report had to say, Glanville took to Twitter where she asked her fans how someone would know if she were calling them non stop if they had already blocked her. As fans may recall, Vanderpump told Andy Cohen weeks ago that she had gotten to known the block button after her falling out with Glanville.

"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" season 7 premiers on Tuesday, December 6, at 9 p.m.

on Bravo TV.

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