Joanna Krupa has just been put in an odd position. As she continues to battle Brandi Glanville in court after accusing the former "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" of causing her emotional distress and ruining her reputation by claiming her lady parts stunk and suggesting she slept with a married man, Krupa has been ordered to turn over some potentially embarrassing documents: her gynecological records.

On January 26, the Daily Mail shared details regarding the latest update in Krupa's defamation lawsuit against Glanville, revealing the model has been required to turn over her records from 2000 to 2005.

Once received, the judge on their case will review the documents and determine whether or not they are relevant to the years-old case. Krupa is also being forced to hand over her former Bravo TV contract, which allowed her to appear on "The Real Housewives of Miami" -- and all of her communications with Lisa Vanderpump, Mohamed Hadid and Andy Cohen relating to the case.

Joanna Krupa sued Brandi Glanville in January 2015

After Glanville appeared on Andy Cohen's late night talk show "Watch What Happens Live" and suggested that Krupa had served as Mohamed Hadid's "other woman" during the last couple of years of his marriage to her former "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" co-star, Yolanda Foster, Krupa filed a suit against her requesting punitive damages.

Glanville also said Krupa's lady parts "smelled" on the show.

In court documents filed by Krupa, she claims that three key witnesses have denied Glanville's account of her alleged relationship with Hadid. While Glanville has suggested that she learned of the alleged affair from both Hadid himself and her former co-star and friend, Vanderpump, but they have denied her claims.

Was Joanna Krupa attempting to land a role on 'RHOBH'?

According to Glanville, Krupa's lawsuit against her is nothing more than an attempt at remaining in the spotlight and landing a role on the Beverly Hills-based version of the "Real Housewives" franchise. Krupa has yet to speak out on the claim.