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Friday 25 July 2014

Brandi Glanville: I don't want media battle

Brandi Glanville

Brandi Glanville claims that social media is the only way she can reach her ex-husband Eddie Cibrian.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star shares boys Mason, nine, and Jake, five, with ex-husband Eddie Cibrian, who pursued a relationship with LeAnn Rimes while they were still legally married.

LeAnn and Eddie wed in 2011 and turmoil has riddled the women's relationship ever since.

The trio have been engaged in a highly public Twitter feud of late.

"My intention has always been to take care of my children and tend to their well-being," Brandi told Us Weekly magazine.

"Unfortunately, my ex-husband has not been communicative with me in this regard, and so I have needed to seek him out publicly.

"I don't have communication with [Eddie and LeAnn] because I don't get responses when I reach out. I only get responses when I put it on Twitter. Twitter seems to work."

Brandi accuses LeAnn of having a "severe" eating disorder and endangering her children.

She doesn't want to use the internet to address the family's problems anymore.

"I have not, and do not, wish to engage in a battle fought through the media," she said.

"My hope is that now that I have my ex-husband's attention, I also can get his and his wife's commitment to work with me to co-parent our children in a most loving, safe and supportive fashion."

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