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Brandi Redmond: I am Not Scared of LeeAnne

To quote the wicked bitch of the south herself, "own your sh--, bitch."

By Brandi Redmond
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Wow, what a wild ride this season has been! I want to start out by saying a huge thank you. Thank you to everyone that has shown us so much love and support on social media. Thank you to all of those that put their kids to bed early every week to tune in with us. Thank you to our friends and family for putting up with us during this crazy time. I am so incredibly grateful for each and every one of you, so please know that the love and support do not go unnoticed! I am forever grateful!

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Stephanie Hollman's Fraternity Party Is Slowly Coming Together

Tonight we shared what should have been a fun time for us all: Travis’ frat party! I didn't drink or party a lot in college, so I was ready to catch up on everything I missed during my glory days! I was excited to throw on my cheer uniform (yes, it still fit), take a few Jell-O shots, and get this party started! I wasn’t nervous to see LeeAnne that night more than I was annoyed that this whole cloning my phone thing turned from a threat to a lie, and now to a joke? Are you kidding me? To quote the wicked bitch of the south herself, “own your sh--, bitch.” You flat out lied! Own it! Isn’t that your thing, "owning it”? 

Brandi Redmond Tells Kameron Westcott to Use Her Brain

I expect this kind of BS from LeeAnne but what really surprises me is how Kameron can stand behind this behavior. Last time I checked, chasing someone around a beach with a dildo or sticking a K-cup up your a-- wasn’t illegal but cloning someone’s phone sure is! She is going to rain hell on us for innocent fun but defend LeeAnne’s threats and lies? I get that you're dressed up as a character from Clueless, but you surely have a little more sense than that. I would love to hear the rationalization behind the idea that D’Andra and I have gotten away with more than LeeAnne has? Are we forgetting that she’s threatened to kill people? Destroy marriages? Shown up to a party in a costume mocking the host? I'm really glad that you wore the same outfits to the party, because you two basically are the same person at this point! 

Watching LeeAnne try to justify her actions to Stephanie was almost as amazing of a performance as the one she threw in Copenhagen when she stormed off to cry about the wicked witch comment. It’s almost kind of scary to watch. She started out telling her story and then when Stephanie wasn’t buying it and called her out on her bullsh--, LeeAnne’s tone changed almost to where she was trying to prompt Stephanie to go along with calling it a joke. I think Stephanie’s face said it all—the bitch is crazy! The only issue is I’m crazy too, so bring it on! 

LeeAnne Locken and Brandi Redmond's Feud Comes to a Head

I am so passionate about this phone situation, because it literally makes zero sense as to how or why I would steal LeeAnne’s phone, and in my opinion, this is just another attack on my character. We weren’t sitting next to each other at the bar or braiding each other's hair to where I could just stick my hand in her purse and steal it—we can barely stand each other. The situation is so ridiculous, but to go as far as saying that you’re going to hurt my family over something like this is on another level. Trust and believe that if I knew that returning her phone was going to cause this much of an issue, I would have just thrown it away. 

I came to my breaking point when LeeAnne tried to say that she didn't call D’Andra and me alcoholics, justifying it as she just told people that she thinks we have drinking problems, as if that is any better. She really feels like she can go around and spread whatever gossip she wants and no one is going to call her out on it. In true LeeAnne fashion, when she is backed in a corner with no way to defend her actions, she resorts to threats and physical violence. You can growl at me all you want honey, I am not scared of you. Come to think of it, maybe that’s what bothers her the most—I'm not scared of her.

At the end of the day, I am thankful for the friends I have, at peace with the ones I’ve lost, and looking forward to what life has in store for the future. There have been so many great things that have come out of this season, including our precious new baby boy Bruin, I really am not worried about what one person thinks of me. 

Tune in next week for part one of our very…loud reunion! 

Until next time, thank you for your love and support. Love you all and Happy Holidays. 


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