The lawsuit between Brandi Glanville and Joanna Krupa has hit a new low. And by low we mean in the female nether regions.
As you probably know, Joanna, former Real Housewives of Miami star, filed a defamation lawsuit against Brandi in Miami-Dade County on Jan. 22. According to the papers filed, Glanville “knowingly made false and malicious statements that Mrs. Krupa had sexual relations with Mohamed Hadid while Mr. Hadid was in an intact marriage to Yolanda Foster.” Glanville also said on the show that Hadid told her that Joanna has a smelly vagina.
Now Glanville’s attorneys have figured out a way to further humiliate and possibly kill the lawsuit like an anti-fungal cream. The attorney’s have submitted written questions that Joanna must answer under oath. Here’s one of the questions:
“Is it your contention in this lawsuit that your vagina and/or vulva are odorless? If yes, please explain with specificity why your vagina and/or vulva are odorless.”
Seriously? How does a woman answer this question? I guess Joanna could call expert witnesses, i.e., her husband Romain and possibly her gynecologist, who I’m sure will both say her vagina smells like rose petals. The question remains, will cameras be allowed in the court room and do we even want them?
As previously reported, Vanderpump Rules star, Lisa Vanderpump, confirmed that she will be deposed in the Joanna Krupa smelly private parts lawsuit.