LeAnn Rimes Takes A Swipe At Brandi Glanville: 'At Least I Have A Filter'


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The LeAnn Rimes and Brandi Glanville feud rumbles on, as LeAnn has taken another shot at her husband’s ex-wife, claiming that she has “a filter”.

The country singer, who is married to actor Eddie Cibrian, has had a very public war with Brandi Glanville ever since Glanville divorced the actor amid rumours that he had cheated with the singer.

LeAnn Rimes with husband Eddie Cibrian (Wenn)

Now that Eddie and LeAnn have married, there have been a continuous trade of insults and drama and in an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Rimes has admitted that she avoids talking to Glanville unless for the sake of the children. Brandi and Eddie have two sons together, which is also a source of contention.

"I talk to her if I need to in front of [Cibrian and Glanville's two sons], but other than that we do not communicate," she said. "I just won't put myself in that situation."

The pair had a recent spat over Twitter when the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star was left annoyed by a message in which the ‘How Do I Live’ singer referred to her stepchildren as her “boys”, calling LeAnn “transparent”.

"It's pretty ridiculous. The transparency is actually what's being used to actually continue a 'career' with that tweet, so that's actually the transparency for me,” LeAnn said. “Sorry, you want to be real honest, we'll start getting really honest."

When pressed if she felt bullied or abused by her husband’s ex, she said: “I really shouldn’t answer that question.”

But, LeAnn claimed the feud was a “very one-sided war”, and said: "Actually, it's funny - I write things sometimes that I end up erasing because I just would need to write it to get it out, and then I'm like, 'You know what, I really should not post that'. So at least I have a filter.

"I don't even have a child of my own to add into that equation. My heart overflows with love for those two boys, and also because they're my husband's children, I look at them and they're like two little spitting images of my husband. And they're with us half the time - I am never going to let a child walk into my house and not feel the love that they feel at their mum's house, at their dad's house. I'm going to be a part of that love, that intense love."

LeAnn insists that she wants to settle the on-going war, and resolve the issues that they have, as she said: "I hope we can work it out. Life would be a lot calmer for everyone."