Well, it looks like Brandi Glanville of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
doesn't have to have the cameras rolling in order to put her foot in her mouth. On her podcast, she landed herself in a bit of hot water when she said she "wanted to be molested as a child."
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She was interviewing comedians Don Jamison and Jim Florentine on her podcast Brandi Glanville Unfiltered
when somehow the topic of child molestation came up. Keep in mind that Brandi is a mother of two young boys: Mason, 10, and Jake, 6.
"I was actually stalking you online, Jim, and we have something in common. I, too, wanted to be molested as a child and was passed up," Brandi said
As if that weren't bad enough, she then went on to reveal that she was jealous of her sister, who had been molested when they were children.
"My sister got felt up by a principal, and nothing for me. He didn't even look at me sideways."
Jim Florentine then asked her if she felt hurt by that, to which she responded, "Yeah. Now looking back, I'm super bummed. I was thinking 'All this and nothing?' Super hot and they passed me up."
Since the podcast was released and public outrage followed, Brandi did what she does best: she (kind of) apologized on Twitter.
"I'm sorry if I offended anyone with [Jim Florentine] on the podcast interview. My show is a COMEDY based entertainment show for adults. I'm sorry," she tweeted
Although she claims it was comedy, her co-star Lisa Vanderpump failed to see anything funny in Brandi's comments.
"It's disgusting, and it's a slap in the face to all the molestation victims," Lisa told Hollywood Life
. "I apologize because I'm guilty by association. She's on our show, and to me, it's a reprehensible thing to say. Listen, I see funny. I know funny. And that ain't funny."
This isn't the first time that Brandi's mouth has gotten her into trouble. In an episode of RHOBH last month
, she made a racist remark to Joyce Giraud when she called her a "black person" and "black people hate getting their weaves wet" when Joyce didn't want to go swimming on their vacation.
"I know what I said was definitely inappropriate, but I say a lot of inappropriate things," she said after she'd been called out as a racist by her co-stars and fans of the show. "It was definitely not sensitive, and I apologize to anyone I offended. But to be honest, my friends and I joke with each other this way, and they're from all different backgrounds. So I'm sorry, and I guess that TV's not ready for the real Brandi, but should I censor myself? Is that going to be exciting? I'm the least racist person of all time. But I am very sorry to whoever I offended."
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Mondays at 8pm on Bravo.
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