The Brandi Glanville-LeAnn Rimes feud is still going on, and it's getting uglier still, with new allegations about the latter's parenting of the former's kids.
LeAnn recently gave an interview defending her railing of Eddie Cibrian while he was married to Brandi (and while Rimes was married to Dean Sheremet).
Tension was already high, as you would expect. But when LeAnn took Brandi and Eddie's 7-year-old son Mason to the ER and didn't tell her? Look out.
"Flew home to see Eddie & the lil one's and ended up in the ER! Everybody's fine, just a minor kiddo accident. Boys will be boys!" LeAnn Tweeted.
Brandi Glanville says she was shocked she had to learn about the incident via Twitter. "All I know is I didn't get a phone call," she tells E! News.
"Poor choice. Bad parenting."
Glanville, who was so steaming mad at their affair that she slashed his tires last year, says she eventually found out her son had split his chin."I don't know how exactly it happened, but Mason told me LeAnn had oil on her hardwood floors and he fell," she added. "Eddie didn't bother to call me."
"I showed up to Mason's soccer game that day only to get a text from Eddie after saying Mason wouldn't be playing since he was in the ER all morning."
A Rimes rep says it was "a minor slip" and that "Eddie and LeAnn were with him the whole time, and he is all smiles now. Still, Brandi's "disappointed."
"I'm the mother of these two boys and if we're going to co-parent, we have to do that together," she says. "It's not call me after."
She also sats it wasn't the first time her kids have been hurt under Rimes' eye: Jake, 3, sustained an injury while playing on the singer's tour bus.
"The last time they had the boys, Jake ended up getting seven stitches," she says. "I had to call in a plastic surgeon to stitch up Jake's forehead."
Does she think her boys are in danger?
"The only thing that's in danger is our co-parenting relationship if [LeAnn] keeps involving herself and doesn't allow [Eddie] to call me," she says.
Rimes shot back on Twitter, writing: "To be really honest, it's not her place to tell me how to be. I respect her as their mom, but she has to understand they're in my life. I can talk about my life just like she can [talk] about her's.
"Just so you know, she has never spoken to me. This IS my life too and they are in it 50% of the time ... I've stepped into a very tough, but rewarding role ... I treat those boys like they are my own because that's how I love."
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