Claws Out: Eileen Davidson Says Brandi Glanville Is Acting Like A Mafia Enforcer

Posted on Feb 6 2015 - 2:44pm by BeachSpin


Eileen Davidson was on the sidelines during the latest “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” fiasco, a spoken smack down, soundly delivered  by Kyle Richards to Brandi Glanville.  The long overdue verbal thrashing took place at a party given by Kyle, with her careening addict sister Kim, playing the role of the inebriated catalyst.  Eileen continues to tell it like it is, and took to her blog to weigh in on the brouhaha.  She begins with a bang, nailing Brandi with a blast of truth right off the bat.

“I have to first address one thing: The words “reckless” and “you should be disappointed in yourself” should never, EVER pass the lips of Brandi Glanville. Unless she’s referring to herself. THAT IS ALL.”

Eileen describes the mixer event as a great idea and Kyle as a gracious hostess, but explains that the mood was shattered when Kim and Brandi made their entrance.

“That happiness flew out the window when Kim walked into the party with Brandi, who, by the way, is acting less and less like a friend and more and more like a mafia enforcer. Um…I guess Kim’s heart was in the right place? She said she wanted Brandi and Kyle to make up, but really people, at a party? With no heads up to the hostess? Was she trying to put out a fire or throw gasoline on it?” 

The rookie Housewife shares her impression of Kim and Brandi’s interaction with Kyle, and how they appeared to someone who was simply observing from a distance.

“I’m so happy that she was in the hospital for a bit. Hopefully she is healthy and back on track. Still, she appears to be getting her days mixed up and continues to side with a woman who habitually insults and provokes her sister. How about that lovely comment about Mauricio? Talk about ‘reckless.’ What about THEIR kids, Brandi? Yuck, ick, creeping me out.”

Eileen changes gears, and shares her thoughts on the sister dynamic between Kyle and Kim, and the downhill slide that the relationship appears to be on.

“The really sad thing here is that before my party it seemed these two sisters were communicating in a loving way with each other. You could tell how much they care about each other and the bond and the history they share. Kyle was so happy to have mended things with Kim. She was clearly frustrated and angry at the mixer, as she witnessed all that progress going out the window. I don’t blame her one bit for feeling angry, hurt and betrayed.”

Eileen continues to emerge as a fan favorite.  Brandi used to call herself a fan…somehow I think that’s changed.


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  • RealitytvJunkie

    I’m liking Eileen on the show. I’m happy Eileen and Lisa R see through Brandi’s bullshit.

  • TheBeverlyHillsHaveEyes

    Eileen and Lisa have been the best casting on a RH show for a very long time. The scenes with them and Lisa V seem fun and light hearted. Love it. BH doesn’t need the trashy drama.

  • ChristianMotherofAte

    Loving Eileen on the show, note to RHOBH producers: Eileen’s level-headed attitude, and humble personality are what we want to see. Brandi is dragging the show down to the gutter. Just cast her on the Real Housewives of Calabasas with Eddie Cibrian and her husband Leann Rimes, Amber Rose, Kris Jenner, Killer Brandy Norwood, Kendra Wilkinson and his wife Hank Baskett. Now that’s not a show that I would watch, but it seems like what a certain demographic is craving. I’d like to watch a RH of BH, Brentwood, and Malibu where no one has ever been photographed falling down drunk with their tampon string showing for all the world to see.

  • Guest

    Eileen has a creepiness about her, serious. Can’t put my finger on it, but she doesn’t have good juju/energy.

  • itsjustme

    I must say I was really skeptical when I heard Eileen was cast on the show. I was never a fan of hers and from having seen her on DOOL I thought she was just a bitch. MAN! Was I wrong. She and LR are PERFECT additions to the show and if only they would get rid of Brandi and Kim the show would be what I tuned into see in the first place. Women of BH living their extravagant lives and having extravagant parties, and vacations. I don’t need to see cat fights and drama to enjoy a show.