Isn't it so weird to think about how LeAnn Rimes, Eddie Cibrian, and Brandi Glanville are all grown adults?
Considering all the nonsense drama they consistenly get into with each other, you'd think they were preteens at best.
But LeAnn is 34 years old, and Brandi and Eddie are both in their 40s -- and still, the issues persist.
And as Brandi described in an open letter she shared on Thursday, things are no better than they were when this whole mess began eight long years ago.
In the letter, Brandi wrote that she's tried her best to "take the higher road with Eddie and LeAnn for the sake of my boys," but they just make it so difficult.
"During these years," she claimed, "I've dealt with her obsession with me in the form of her copying my life from going to my dentist, dermatologist, plastic surgeon to even attempting to see my trainer of 14 years."
And while that sounds absurd, there's been receipts over the years -- LeAnn definitely seems to have a Single White Female thing going on.
Brandi said that a couple of things have happened recently to push her over the edge -- one being that LeAnn and Eddie had her uninvited from a party they'd also been invited to.
Then, a couple of weeks ago, she says that LeAnn watched her boyfriend's Snapchats, learned their plans for the day, then "just happened to show up where we said we would be to celebrate step mothers day (a day early)."
Brandi wrote that LeAnn and Eddie sat across the room from her with her children "just to hurt and torment me by using my own children as pawns."
It was a pretty intense accusation to make, but sadly, it's not unbelievable.
But still, Eddie Cibrian felt the need to make a statement of his own to defend LeAnn's honor.
"I normally don't respond to Brandi's foolishness," he told E! News, "but I will not allow false and reverse accusations to go unanswered about my wife."
"LeAnn is a fantastic stepmom to the boys and is always gracious to their mother. Having to put up with Brandi's made up drama all the time is extremely frustrating."
... Eddie does realize that we've witnessed LeAnn's bizarre behavior time and time (and time) again, right? No?
He went on to say that "After eight years we should have one priority, making sure two incredible kids are loved and remain happy and healthy."
"But every couple of months there is another accusation coming from Brandi in an attempt to drum up drama to stay relevant."
He said that "LeAnn and I did not nor have we ever 'shown up' at places where Brandi will be. Why would we do that? Makes no sense."
He claimed that he and LeAnn had reservations days before Brandi posted anything about going to that restaurant -- he even screenshots as "proof" on Twitter.
The proof is a text between LeAnn and her assistant, but as many of his followers pointed out, texts are easily faked.
Brandi, meanwhile, shared her own screenshots -- some from Snapchat that showed LeAnn had viewed her boyfriend's videos.
The whole thing is a mess, and sure, they may have had reservations and they may have just coincidentally ended up at the same place as Brandi.
But isn't it weird how Eddie focused on the restaurant issue in his statement and nothing else?
No denials about LeAnn seeking out Brandi's doctors, nothing about the harassment Brandi claims she's faced from LeAnn and her people for years?
But Eddie did comment on another statement Brandi recently made -- the one in which the predicted that Eddie would leave LeAnn after their ten year anniversary, when he'd get half of everything.
He called Brandi "sad" and "sick" to "openly predict and hope for the end of our marriage," and said that "this is not healthy behavior. I'm very concerned."
Can someone tell Eddie that if he wants to be concerned about sad, unhealthy behavior, he should also look to his wife?