Brandi Glanville can't stop trash-talking her former friend and co-star, lisa vanderpump. Years after the reality stars' friendship came to an abrupt end on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," Glanville is still reeling over a lawsuit that cost her tons of cash.

As fans may recall, Glanville was sued by model and "Real Housewives of Miami" star Joanna Krupa years ago after claiming her lady parts smelled foul during a couple of appearances on Andy Cohen's series, "Watch What Happens Live." While Glanville claimed it was Vanderpump who delivered the shocking information to her, as well as Mohamed Hadid, whom Krupa was accused of having an affair with, Vanderpump reportedly denied doing any such thing.

Although the outcome of the case was never publicly disclosed, Glanville has complained about the amount of money she was forced to pay as a result of the suit against her on Twitter on numerous occasions. She's also suggested that the entire ordeal was the fault of Lisa Vanderpump.

Will Brandi Glanville ever 'get over it'?

On April 22, after telling her podcast listeners that Lisa Vanderpump is "still ruining her life," Glanville was faced with backlash from fans who suggested she "get over it." "Get the f*** over what ever you think [Lisa Vanderpump] did!!" one person tweeted. "Sorry but you need to hear it!" they added.

In response to the criticism, Brandi Glanville again spoke of her finances.

"Okay, just pay my four year long lawyer’s bill," she told the woman. During her court battle with Krupa, it was reported that both Vanderpump and Hadid were called onto the stand to testify against her.

Could Brandi Glanville return to Bravo TV?

Throughout the past couple of years since Glanville was removed from her full-time role on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," she's faced a number of rumors suggesting she will soon return.

That said, with Lisa Vanderpump continuing to appear on the show, it's hard to say if Bravo Tv would be willing to risk her role on the show to welcome her former nemesis back. In addition, Glanville is on the outs with Kyle Richards and has been for some time. As fans well know, Vanderpump and Richards are the longest running cast members of the series and have made themselves quite valuable to the network in the years they've been appearing on the show.

"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" season eight is currently airing on Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. on Bravo TV.