Lawyers for reality star Brandi Glanville have sent a letter to Warner Bros. demanding that Warner Bros. release an audio and video tape they claim will prove that she did not sexually harass a co-star while filming the show at the firm. built up
“Real Housewives” veteran Caroline Manzo claims Glanville touched her on the breast and genital area without her consent while they were off-camera on the set of “Real Housewives: Ultimate Girls Trip” in Morocco. in january
But Glanville’s attorney, 50, said Shed Media, the Warner production company that created the show for NBCUniversal streamer Peacock, should immediately let the voice off the star’s microphone to show that Manzo’s claim was false. sensible
Duncan P. Levin, Esq., an attorney for Esq, said, “It is absolutely unacceptable for your company to knowingly and willingly allow such stories to appear in the media. Glanville’s reputation,” said Warner Bros. attorney Demian West, Esq., Warner Bros. investigator Samantha Mirabello and senior vice president of programming Lisa Shannon. and the development of the Shed
He claimed that the decision not to release the tape while the allegations were being reported in the media was a “Rating scams” – the presumed idea that viewers’ attention might have been caught by news reports about Glanville’s alleged behavior.
Glanville supporter Manzo, 61, and the former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” have all claimed for weeks that audio will confirm their eventual theme.
Levin claims in the letter that Warner releases them now.
Manzo made her claim the morning after the alleged incident. This is said to have happened on the evening of January 25, which sparked Shed Media’s investigation into the matter, claiming that Glanville gave her an unwanted kiss during a party. But when they entered the bathroom with two fellow actors, Glanville “pinned her against the wall” and touched her in an intimate area above her clothes.
She and Glanville were moved from the co-star’s home to a hotel. Then came back to the United States.
“In that bathroom The voice will confirm that nothing improper or illegal has happened, as you know from both the (investigation) and the audio and video you have. The four women washed their hands before returning to the feast where they enjoyed food and chatted,” he wrote, adding, “Always Mr. Manzo appeared. To have a good time and not telegram any Overall, the whole incident consisted of courtship and kissing between Mrs. Manzo and Mrs. Glanville. And it’s all a joint and consensual act.”
The letter, seen by Page Six, also claims that the so-named studio “Knowing that three witnesses testified to her actions, Shed Media and Warners Brothers have chosen to sit still and let this false narrative continue.”
The letter identified two witnesses, Gretchen Rossi and Alex McCord. It was unclear who the third witness was.
The letter also said that “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Manzo did not prevent Glanville from touching her. She said she was “open about her liberal views on her sexuality” and even offered a colleague to touch her breasts to confirm they had not had implants.
“The witness didn’t just ask Mr. Manzo if she was fine. To which she replied with a smile and a thumbs up. But after the alleged toilet incident As the group returned to the dinner table,” Levin wrote, “Ms. Manzo made a casual comment. to eyewitnesses of having been kissed by a woman before, but not ‘kissed back’ until now.”
“The night in question is the night your producer stirs up. Earlier that same day encouraged Ms. Glanville to bring ‘excitement’ to the party,” Levin wrote, adding, “When Manzo comes to the big house, two women spending time together Enjoy taking pictures, laughing and dancing with other girls. It goes beyond the argument that you provide non-stop alcohol and an environment where participants drink and smoke marijuana day and night.” (Bravo insiders have previously denied to Page Six that there was marijuana in the pile. taken)
The letter also claims that Shed sent Glanville home because of the incident and then — realizing she was not guilty — is now trying to imply that Ms. Glanville had engaged in sexual harassment with a person different from radical which is the producer” as a channel to prove that she was fired from the show
Page Six has previously reported that Glanville allegedly addressed the producers by name and said loudly in front of the rest of the cast and crew, “I want to fuck you tonight.”
Glanville has denied any wrongdoing.
Levin also claimed that Shade He said the instructions were “unacceptable” and “disturbing.” He also claimed to have not confirmed that Glanville had participated in the training program. Compulsory sexual harassment training, which is required for all cast members to complete before filming begins.
Representatives for Manzo, NBCUniversal, Warner Bros. and Shed Media declined to comment. The people named in the letter did not respond to our requests for comment.
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