Brandi Glanville Says LeAnn Rimes Is Obsessed With Her And She's Posting Snapchats to Prove It
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Brandi Glanville blasted LeAnn Rimes earlier this week, claiming that the country singer is so obsessed with her that she stalked her boyfriend's Snapchat stories and showed up at the same restaurant. Now, Glanville posted the receipts Friday in an effort to prove it.

"Proof from my statement! This is my boyfriend's Snapchat! As you can see Leann & Kiki watched 4 different snapchats over course of the day! Then she shows up to the exact restaurant where we said we would be & shows up with my kids! #proof," Glanville captioned the screenshots her boyfriend Donald 'DJ' Friese's Snapchat stories.

The slideshow images also show screenshots of tweets Glanville and Friese posted May 20, announcing that they were getting ready to head to Malibu "for some beach-side sushi." Next to the tweets is a screenshot of a Snapchat picture of the beach posted by Rimes, with the caption, "Sushi Family and the sunset."

Glanville, who's been divorced from Rimes' husband Eddie Cibrian since 2010, claimed Thursday that she's been dealing with Rimes' "obsession" with her and "harassment online by her employees" for years.

"My last straw was a couple of weeks ago when her and her assistant watched my boyfriends snap chats several times over the course of a few hours and just happened to show up where we said we would be to celebrate step mothers day (a day early)," Glanville said in a statement published by The Dirty on Thursday. "They sat across the room from us just to hurt and torment me by using my own children as pawns. Ive done my best to keep quiet over all of her antics but bringing my boys into this was my breaking point. I just want the truth out there and for all of her nonsense to stop."

Two days prior, Glanville appeared on Tuesday's episode of E!'s "Daily Pop," where she admitted "there's still some craziness happening" among Rimes, Cibrian and herself.

"It's been like, what, eight years? You would think that people would mature and be different, but there's still some craziness happening," Glanville said. "I think when the 10-year mark comes and [Cibrian] leaves [Rimes] and takes half of her stuff, then we'll all be good together."