Brandi Glanville has reached out to former “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” co-star Camille Grammer following her claim that she was physically abused by her ex-boyfriend Dimitri Charalambopoulos.
“I’ve been in contact with her and she’s not OK,” Glanville said on Monday’s Access Hollywood Live. “She’s definitely moving forward, pressing charges.”
Last week, Grammer was granted a temporary restraining order against Charalambopoulos following claims that he abused her in a Houston hotel room on October 16 following her recovery from endometrial cancer surgery.
“She just didn’t want to let it go on,” Glanville continued. “I guess it’s been volatile for a while.”
Glanville, who appeared with co-stars Carlton Gebbia and Kim Richards on Monday’s show, told Billy Bush and Kit Hoover that Charalambopoulos was the silent type.
“We knew him, but he never spoke, he never talked,” she said. “I was surprised, but I wasn’t shocked because I’d seen them fight and I heard them fight before, but I couldn’t believe that he laid his hands on her.”
Adding, “I do believe it, she’s not a liar.”
Charalambopoulos was not immediately available for comment when contacted by Access on Monday.
-- Jesse Spero
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