The Real Housewives and trouble seem to go together like gin and tonic! Here’s what a few of your favorites have been getting into lately:

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Beverly Hills Brawl

Kim Richards and Brandi Glanville of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills have been getting along the past few seasons after a rocky start to their friendship (remember Game Night?). Well, now it looks like the two are at arms again after Brandi attacked Kim while filming season 5.

An insider told that Brandi launched at Kim while Kim (a recovering alcoholic) was trying to stage an intervention for her drinking.

The source said that Brandi and Kim “were arguing when Kim decided to hit below the belt and started talking smack about Brandi being a drunken loser. That did it. Brandi just lost her mind and went after her. She rushed her and started punching and swinging at Kim.”

Brandi, however, denied everything on Twitter:

“I heart Kim Richards SOOO much I might have kissed her on the face but I haven’t punched anyone in the face since my 916 days. #LOVEHER.”

I guess we’ll just have to wait and see! 

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Aviva’s Art

Aviva Drescher of The Real Housewives of New York City is being accused in a lawsuit of holding original pieces of art for ransom, according to Fox News.

Artist Matthew Satz says he lent Aviva five pieces for her apartment that “would receive extensive coverage during tapings of her show.” Now that a buyer has offered $50,000 for one of the pieces, Aviva refuses to return it to the artist without receiving commission for helping him sell it.

In the suit, the artist is seeking $620,500. Aviva “denied the allegations Monday and said she offered to give Satz his work back last week.”

In the words of her co-star Carole Radziwill: “It’s just so weird.”

Jersey Homes for Sale

The Real Housewives of New Jersey stars Teresa and Joe Giudice have put both their Montville mansion and their Jersey Shore homes up for sale amid their current legal battles, says the New Jersey Star-Ledger. The mansion is listed at $4 million and the vacation home at $315,000, nearly $32,000 less than what they paid for it after it suffered major damage during Hurricane Sandy.

Teresa and Joe are to be sentenced on October 2. They both face jail time and Joe could possibly be deported. 


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Gina Pusateri

Contributing Writer, BuddyTV