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Brandi Glanville Credits OnlyFans for Saving Her Life

Brandi Glanville attributes OnlyFans with rescuing her life following allegations of sexual harassment by Caroline Manzo.

Glanville, a former cast member of “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” revealed on a recent episode that she turned to OnlyFans in July [2023] due to a lack of income for six months, crediting the platform for saving her. Despite initial reservations about joining a subscription-based service known for explicit content, Glanville expressed newfound empowerment at 51, embracing her sexuality.

The turmoil stemming from Manzo’s accusations has taken a toll on Glanville mentally, physically, and financially. She vehemently denies the allegations, emphasizing the distress caused by the situation.

In a surprising revelation, Glanville confessed to initially posting photos and videos of her feet on OnlyFans, attributing it to a facial disfigurement that made her uncomfortable showing her face. She humorously shared that despite feeling self-conscious about her feet, they proved to be a lucrative asset, even joking about making guacamole with them.

Manzo, on the other hand, filed a lawsuit against Bravo, Peacock, and other entities over Glanville’s alleged misconduct during the filming of “The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip” Season 4. The lawsuit detailed disturbing accusations of unwanted physical advances and inappropriate behavior towards Manzo, triggering traumatic memories of past sexual assault.

Glanville’s representative refuted the allegations, asserting her innocence and criticizing the lack of support from the network amidst the ongoing ordeal. Bravo and Peacock have refrained from commenting on the legal proceedings.

The narrative surrounding this contentious issue continues to unfold, underscoring the complexities and repercussions of such serious accusations within the realm of reality television.

If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call the Sexual Assault Hotline at 800-330-0226.