Brandi Glanville Fires Assistant Over Missing Dog

Celebrity News Jun. 11, 2013 AT 6:30PM
Brandi Glanville offered $10,000 as a reward for anyone with information about her lost puppy Chica. Brandi Glanville offered $10,000 as a reward for anyone with information about her lost puppy Chica. Credit: Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic

Brandi Glanville's search for her missing dog Chica has come to an end, but not before the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star unleashed some of her frustrations on her assistant. The reality star, whose home was reportedly burglarized on Wednesday, June 5, decided that the 23-year-old was at fault for the missing pup -- and summarily fired her over the weekend.

"I don't know wat 2 believe about a break-in my assistant/nanny lost both my dogs earlier that week, I myself found them," she tweeted on Tuesday. "So I let her go."

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Glanville, 40, went into a panic on Twitter beginning on Thursday, June 6, after the tiny brown chihuahua mix reportedly went missing from her Beverly Hills home.

"I will give anyone who finds my dog chic in Bel air, La, Encino area 10 thousand dollars," she tweeted in desperation, along with a photo of the pup. "Please please. She has a collar call me!"

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Glanville's ex-assistant tells TMZ that she was fired for the mishap via text message on Saturday. "I no longer work for Brandi," the assistant said. "She texted me [Saturday] saying that I didn't do my job by losing the dog."

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The reality star has offered to pay up whatever outstanding wages she owes the unnamed assistant. 

At present, Glanville has adopted another member into the family, an adorable puppy named Chico, whom her son Mason renamed Chody.

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