LeAnn Rimes’ rep slams ‘narcissistic’ Brandi Glanville, says she should get help for drinking problem

LeAnn Rimes and Brandi Glanville's feud continues

Brandi Glanville recently did an interview with Life & Style in which she claimed to be worried about how healthy LeAnn Rimes is, saying she needs help — even after her rehab stint. In the article, Brandi said that there are “clearly some issues going on” which has her worried about her children’s well-being. Now, LeAnn’s rep is speaking out against the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star and claiming it is she who needs to get help.

“Brandi might consider getting some help with her drinking,” Marcel Pariseau, LeAnn’s rep, wrote in an email to E! News. “If you watch her show, read her book and follow her tweets, she is constantly referring to her drinking. Even the title of her book has the word drinking in it. In fact, she was arrested for a DUI. It is a fact that after a night of drinking in Vegas she married her ex-best friend’s ex-husband.”

While he doesn’t clarify, it seems to be safe to assume that Marcel was referring to Brandi’s “marriage” to Darin Harvey on New Year’s Eve — a marriage that Brandi later clarified was just for fun and in no way legal.

Marcel also addressed Brandi’s recent claims that Eddie is not currently working, saying, “In reality he has two films in the can and a recurring role on two television shows. She makes it sound like they are scraping by but read her book where she devotes a whole page to what she does to her face; fillers, botox, skin treatments, etc. And just recently on Entertainment Tonight had botox done to her hands. All of that doesn’t come cheap. Eddie pays for all of the boys expenses like school, sports, clothing, etc.” He even paid for Brandi’s new lady part, but that was a while ago.

“Brandi is one of the most narcissistic people around,” Marcel continues. “She never takes responsibility for anything. Basically everyone past and present is at fault but no fault lies with her. Read the description of Narcissistic Personality Disorder and tell me what you think?”

And last, but not least, Marcel took aim at Brandi’s new book Drinking And Tweeting. “I thought this ‘memoir’ was to help other women and to empower them? Do her actions and words resonate with the definition of a role model?” he asked. “I think not!”

Wow. Do they have an award for Longest & Most Detailed Rep Statement? If so, I nominate Marcel.

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