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Bravo host Andy Cohen responds with apology after Brandi Glanville accuses him of sexual harassment.

Former “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” and “Ultimate Girls Trip” star Brandi Glanville has stirred up some serious drama by accusing Andy Cohen, the host of Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” and a bigwig at “Real Housewives,” of some inappropriate behavior. Glanville claims that Cohen, allegedly under the influence, sent her a video message suggesting he wanted to hook up with another Bravo star while thinking of her and even invited her to watch via Facetime. Glanville’s lawyer, Bryan Freedman, didn’t waste any time, firing off a letter to NBCUniversal, Shed Media, and Warner Bros. Discovery, expressing Glanville’s discomfort over Cohen’s supposed antics.

Cohen didn’t just sit back and take it, though. He quickly responded, saying the video was all meant in jest and included former “Below Deck” star Kate Chastain, offering up an apology for any hurt feelings. But this bombshell from Glanville comes at a pretty messy time for her, as one of her fellow “Ultimate Girls Trip” co-stars, Caroline Manzo, has filed a lawsuit against Bravo, NBCU, and Shed, accusing Glanville of some serious misconduct during filming in Morocco. Manzo claims Glanville made unwanted advances, including forceful kisses and groping.

Glanville’s lawyer didn’t hold back, calling out Manzo’s accusations as an attempt to tarnish Glanville’s reputation, putting the blame squarely on NBC and Shed Media for trying to twist consensual interactions into something more sinister. The letter also hinted at a broader investigation into reality TV practices, suggesting Glanville’s story isn’t an isolated incident.

Now, Freedman’s letter isn’t just a formality. It’s a warning shot, signaling potential legal action on Glanville’s part. It demands that all evidence related to Glanville’s claims be preserved, including emails, texts, and any footage from “Ultimate Girls Trip: Morocco.”

This whole saga shines a harsh light on the messy world of reality TV, raising some serious questions about how things really go down behind the scenes.

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