Brandi Glanville

Brandi thanks Lisa for removing the Sur waitress and thanks the waitress for telling her story.

on Jan 17, 2012

The opening of SUR lounge.. . .what a night!

Upon walking in I noticed one of the production staff, Julian, acting as a bouncer and made a little comment. No I wasn't flirting with a complete stranger. I was flirting with someone I had spent the entire season joking around with.

Once inside, the place looked gorgeous and sexy I was very impressed. Lisa said I should invite a few friends to the opening so I came with a gaggle of gals. One of my friends being Linda, whom I had zero idea had ever dated Paul! Had I had any clue of this I would not have invited her although we are very close. For her part, Linda very adamantly denies ever being Paul's girlfriend and said they went on a few dates many many years ago and nothing more. Still I wish I had known that.

The girls and I were all pretty hungry so Lisa sent some appetizers our way. Looking down at this waitress who was serving me meatballs, I realized she was the reason I finally left my husband. When the news broke of Eddie having an affair with LeAnn Rimes, he denied it and we entered into marriage counseling. I wanted to save my marriage and keep my family together and thought I could forgive this one time mistake. Maybe a month later this women (the waitress at Sur) was on Access Hollywood crying and speaking about her relationship with my then-husband Eddie. She went on and on about how she couldn't leave him even after she found out I was pregnant with our second child. She cried saying Eddie didn't have the decency to break up with her before starting an affair with LeAnn Rimes. Ummmm that was it for me!!! I packed my stuff and moved to the Beverly Hills Hotel but not before putting a few well deserved gashes into the tires of our Harley Davidson motorcycles. Eddie is lucky I didn't cut something else off!!

So there this woman was serving me food, that I had only ever seen on TV sharing her story with the world. I couldn't help myself, I blurted out "you use to sleep with my husband." She had a huge, very smug smile on her face and said, "Yes I did," and went over to tell Lisa we had a problem. The truth of the matter is that regardless of how I felt about this woman, I owed her a giant thank you. Who knows how long I would have stayed with Eddie if she hadn't told her story to the press? She made me realize that a zebra never changes his stripes and I needed to leave.