Kyle Richards Says She’s “Not Friends at All” With Brandi Glanville

Kylie Richards and Brandi Glanville
Kyle Richards admitted in an interview on Friday, Dec. 4, that she is  Nicole Weingart/Bravo

Things got ugly, really ugly, earlier this year between Real Housewives of Beverly Hills stars Kyle Richards and Brandi Glanville as they battled over Glanville's friendship with Kyle's sister Kim Richards. And Kyle isn't willing to let bygones be bygones.

"We are not friends at all," Kyle, 46, told Entertainment Tonight on Friday, Dec. 4. And she doesn't see that changing anytime soon.

"We didn't really have a foundation to begin with," she added. "It's not like a friend you had a falling out with and you missed them, so there's no love lost there."

The pair were initially friends when Glanville joined the show but had a massive falling out after getting into a physical altercation during Season 5 of the hit Bravo reality series, which Glanville insisted in an interview last December that it was all Kyle's fault.

"With Kyle, if you look at her, she's been in a fight with her own sister, with Lisa Vanderpump, with Carlton [Gebbia], with Camille [Grammer], Yolanda [Foster] she had a problem with, with me, she has problems with everyone," Glanville said.

The Drinking and Tweeting author, 43, fought with Kyle, who thought her sister Kim shouldn't be spending time with Glanville.

Kim, 51, was arrested earlier this year and ended up in rehab, only to subsequently get caught shoplifting. She has returned to the Real Housewives this season, but not as a full-time cast member.

Kyle told ET that it had to do with timing, because Kim was still "taking care of herself" when Season 6 started shooting. "But when she did make appearances, when everything was kind of worked out, it was good to have her back for sure," she added.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.

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