"It’s been 6 years, at this point I really am over it," she admits in a new interview on Nik Richie's #NRP podcast. "We still battle, don’t get me wrong. I have an issue with her posting pictures of my children on holidays. It’s horrible. If my ex husband, if their dad isn’t posting pictures, why is she?"
"Holidays are so hard for me, as it is, when I don’t have my kids," she continues. "Then to have the capacity to go on the computer and look to see what they’re f--king doing [on Rimes' various social media pages], get that vodka out, I’ll grab three bottles of chardonnay, cry myself to sleep and look at what they’re doing for Christmas. It’s hell."
The podcast's host went on to make an unsavory joke about the "Can't Fight the Moonlight" singer's new role in Cibrian's family.
"She's the mom now," he said before Brandi's reality show training kicked in.
"You are f--king with the wrong person," Glanville shot back. "She’s not the mom. She knows."
#ICYMI: Brandi and Eddie were married in May 2001 and went on to have two sons together. The actor was accused of having several affairs throughout the course of their marriage, with Glanville eventually pulling the plug and filing for divorce in August 2009. It was finalized more than a year later, in September 2010.
Not-So-Fun Fact: LeAnn was also married at the time of her initial interactions with Cibrian. She and husband Dean Sheremet also separated in the summer of 2009, with their divorce being finalized just a few months before Eddie and Brandi's.
"She does, 100%," Glanville added when asked if she thinks LeAnn uses social media to antagonize her. "I told her, I said 'It doesn’t make me mad, it hurts my feelings.' I’m missing half of their life as it is. I tucked my tail and went 'Please, just around the holidays, don’t do it.' And she’s like, 'It’s my family too and I’m gonna do whatever I want.'"
"That lack of respect, I think that maybe if she had a child herself maybe she’d understand it more, it's hard but you deal with it," continued Brandi. "I begged and tried for so many years to get things to change and they haven’t, so I have to just f--king accept it that I’ll see pictures of my kids on Thanksgiving in a horse drawn carriage [seen above] looking perfectly happy and I’ll cry myself to sleep."