Dec 6 2012, 2:07pm CST | by Luigi Lugmayr
Eddie Cibrian's ex-wife regrets making her feud with LeAnn Rimes public.
Reality TV star Brandi Glanville - who has children Mason, nine, and five-year-old Jake with the actor -publicly blasted his spouse LeAnn as a dangerous influence on their kids but has now taken to Twitter to plea for privacy.
On Thursday (06.12.12), she wrote: ''I want it to go away so I can deal with it on my own. I know it seems hypocritical but can we not talk about 'them' anymore at least 4 today.
''This is about my kids not them!!!!!!!!!! (sic)''
Eddie was furious with Brandi's claim that LeAnn suffers from a ''severe eating disorder'' and allegations that Mason became ill after he accidently ate one of her laxatives because he thought it was candy and fired off a furious email in which he accused her of being consumed by ''wine and narcissism''.
Eddie, 39, forwarded an email he sent to 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' star on Sunday (02.12.12) to gossip website RadarOnline.com in a bid to prove he has been in contact with her after she claimed she was unable to reach him and LeAnn, who she also called ''unstable''.
He wrote: ''I know your life exists solely for the purpose of living and creating drama. It's a sad way to live. It's so obvious that you have to constantly mention my wife so people will care what comes out of your mouth.
''One day when wine and narcissism are not consuming you, you will see how fortunate the kids are to have LeAnn in their life. She is amazing with them, as the kids will 100 percent attest to.
''You should be so lucky to one day find someone who will love and respect Mason and Jake as she does. Although, I really don't know how anyone can put up with your constant b******t. No wonder you have lost so many 'close' friends. Grow up already and for once, PUT THE KIDS FIRST! (sic)''
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