Brandi Glanville Says Joining OnlyFans ‘Saved’ Her Life After Caroline Manzo’s Sexual Harassment Claims |

Brandi Glanville Says Joining OnlyFans ‘Saved’ Her Life After Caroline Manzo’s Sexual Harassment Claims

Brandi Glanville says OnlyFans helped save her life after Caroline Manzo accused her of sexual harassment.

via Page Six:

“I joined OnlyFans in July [2023] ’cause I didn’t have income from the whole six months, and it saved my life,” the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” alum explained on Wednesday’s episode of her “Brandi Glanville Unfiltered” podcast.

“I thought I was, like, being desperate,” she continued of the subscription-based platform known for its nude content, “and then when I got on it, I was like, ‘I’m really feeling my sexual being at 51.’”

Manzo accused Glanville of kissing her without consent and “forc[ing] her vagina” against her back as they filmed “The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip” Season 4 in Morocco last January.

Glanville, who has repeatedly denied the allegations, said the ordeal has wreaked havoc on her mentally, physically and financially.

In fact, she recently claimed that her facial disfigurement was the result of stress-induced angioedema, which is why she initially posted photos and videos of only her feet to her OnlyFans.

“I have the ugliest feet!” the mother of two admitted to her podcast listeners Wednesday. “Mine have bunions and are not good, and we got some money from my feet. I was making guacamole with my feet.”

“Well, I had to ’cause my face was swollen,” she added. “I could only do feet pictures.”

Last month, Manzo, 62, filed a lawsuit against the Bravo network, its streaming platform, Peacock, and other companies over Glanville’s alleged behavior during production for the miniseries, which has yet to air and likely won’t in light of the scandal.

The “Real Housewives of New Jersey” alum’s suit claimed that Glanville “proceeded to mount Manzo on the couch holding Manzo down with her body, forcibly squeezed Manzo’s cheeks together and thrust her tongue in Manzo’s mouth, while humping her” before following Manzo into the bathroom, where Glanville allegedly “forced her vagina” against Manzo’s back.

The alleged incident triggered Manzo’s “dormant and horrific memories” of being sexually assaulted as a child,” her complaint stated.

Days later, she flew home to the United States and claimed production filmed her all the way to the airport with the alleged hope of “gathering more ‘drama’ to increase their ratings.”

“Defendants, including Bravo, regularly ply the Real Housewives cast with alcohol, cause them to become severely intoxicated, and then direct, encourage and/or allow them to sexually harass other cast members because that is good for ratings,” her suit alleged.

Glanville, for her part, has insisted that the complaint is littered with “defamatory, false accusations” about her.

“While filming, Brandi followed what the producers asked of her, and there was no sexual assault,” her rep told Page Six in an exclusive statement.

“She is innocent of these absurd accusations that have weighed on her mental and physical health for far too long without a word of support from Peacock, Shed [Media] or Bravo.”

Bravo and Peacock have declined to comment on the lawsuit.

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