AceShowbiz - Brandi Glanville apparently didn't only kiss Caroline Manzo without her consent. In a new report about the drama surrounding the two reality TV stars during filming of "The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip", it was said that Brandi also touched Caroline's private parts while they were at a party.
According to Page Six, "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" alum "touched [Caroline's] breast area and vaginal area" over her clothes when the cast attended a party in a private home while filming the fourth installment of "RHUGT" in Morocco on January 25. The source went on to say that Brandi additionally "stuck her tongue down [Caroline's] throat."
According to the insider, Caroline, Brandi, co-star Alex McCord and a fourth member of the cast, who has yet to be revealed, went to the bathroom together. Brandi allegedly locked the bathroom door and "pinned Caroline against the wall."
Brandi, who was said to be drunk during the incident, reportedly "put her hands on Caroline’s breast area and vaginal area." Alex, who noticed how uncomfortable Caroline was with the situation, quickly unlocked the bathroom door so "The Real Housewives of New Jersey" OG could leave.
While there's no footage of the bathroom incident, the cast members' mics were all live. The report claimed that crew members dubbed the audio "disturbing."
The insider further said that Caroline asked to address the matter on camera with the rest of the cast on January 26. That was when the other cast members found out that she was in distress due to the incident.
Brandi allegedly apologized to Caroline via text. The production team additionally moved Caroline to a hotel to "get her out of the situation" the same day before she returned to the U.S. the next day. As for Brandi, she was removed from filming and went back to America.
Prior to this, Peacock and Shed Media released a joint statement on Sunday, February 5. "The safety and security of cast and crew while shooting is extremely important and we take all reports seriously," the statement to PEOPLE read. "In this situation, production immediately launched a comprehensive review and is taking appropriate action."