Brandi Glanville Wants to End Drama With Eddie Cibrian & LeAnn Rimes

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Does this mean this ugly fight will end soon?

By fight, we mean the increasingly hostile jabs sent between Cuban-American actor Eddie Cibrian, his wife LeAnn Rimes, and ex-wife Brandi Glanville.

After the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star alleged that her son Mason became sick after accidentally taking one of Rimes’ laxatives, the country singer’s rep fired back by saying Glanville is “the only one to gain by spewing forth inaccuracies, rants and half-truths. It's time for people to see it for what this really is...What better way to keep herself relevant?"

Ouch. Well now it seems as though the bickering grew too fiery for Glanville, who reportedly wants it all to stop. In an exclusive interview with Us, the 40-year-old former model expressed her desire to settle the drama with Rimes like the adults they are.

“My intention has always been to take care of my children and tend to their well-being,” Glanville told the magazine of her two sons, 9-year-old Mason and 5-year-old Jake. "Unfortunately, my ex-husband has not been communicative with me in this regard, and so I have needed to seek him out publicly."

According to Glanville, she doesn’t have communication with 39-year-old Cibrian and 30-year-old Rimes because she doesn’t get a response. But, Twitter seems to work. The reality TV star added that her hope is to get Cibrian and Rimes’ commitment to work with her to co-parent their children “in a most loving, safe and supportive fashion.”

Let’s hope they can work it out amicably. As for Rimes, she recently told E!’s Giuliana Rancic in an upcoming E! News special that she and Cibrian talk about having kids.

“I would love to be a mom,” she said. The country singer also said she didn’t want to bring a child into the world without having taken care of herself – a reason why she decided to go into treatment for stress and anxiety.

E! Special: LeAnn Rimes debuts this upcoming Sunday, December 9 at 8 pm on E!

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