The beef between Brandi Glanville and Gerard Butler just got roasted on The View. To recap, the actor appeared sheepish when he was asked about his brief past fling with The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum on Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen last week, admitting that he had "no idea" who Brandi was when he first met her years ago and didn't know her last name. Brandi responded with a scathing post on her blog Bicoastal Beauty Unfiltered, which referenced the #MeToo and Time's Up movements, though she didn't claim he harassed or abused her.
"I would like to make something crystal f---ing clear to you," she wrote. "Your behavior the other night, publicly acting as if you were embarrassed to have ever met me or had relations with me as if I were some horrid decrepit troll is not only disgusting but unacceptable. #Timesup on this kind of behavior. Just a little advice for you moving forward Scorpio to Scorpio: Respect the women you invite into your bed and into your life. Whether you know their last name or not! Whether they are famous or not! Just be a proper human being. With the Me Too movement I have found my voice again and I refuse to stay quiet. I may not have been sexually harassed but I have been humiliated, embarrassed, financially tortured and emotionally abused by men in power, in my work life and by men like you in my personal life."
Whoopi Goldberg affected a vocal fry to imitate Brandi as she led a discussion about whether it was appropriate to bring up those movements in the blog post.
Goldberg found it believable that Butler wouldn't have any clue about Brandi having been on the series when he met her. "I don't think he's into that," she said. "He's a friend of mine. He's not watching the Housewives."
She also didn't find it credible that Brandi would include Time's Up and #MeToo in the argument. "She was trying to show that she was on top of stuff," Goldberg said of Brandi. "But she got on top and slipped off."