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Brandi Glanville walks out on 'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills'

by Anna Chan, TODAY /  / Updated 
Brandi Glanville on "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."
Brandi Glanville on "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."Bravo / Today

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Fans of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" are going to be treated to yet another dinner party from hell on Monday night. In a clip from the new episode that Bravo is sharing exclusively with The Clicker, Kyle Richards' friend Faye Resnick and Brandi Glanville get into a tiff over Brandi's (censored) revelation about fellow "Housewife" Adrienne Maloof on the Dec. 10 episode.

When Faye insists during a gathering at Kyle's house that Brandi isn't sorry about the situation with Adrienne because she won't send flowers as an apology, Brandi calmly -- surprisingly -- defends herself.

"I'm sorry, but it's not your business -- excuse me, but it's not," she tells Faye, trying to put an end to the discussion.

But when Kyle's friend Marisa steps up to defend Brandi, Faye -- who also participated in the infamous dinner party fight at Camille Grammer's home in season one -- lets loose by dredging up old dirt and accusing the model of "viciously" attacking people.

Rather than stay and fight, Brandi walks out of the dinner party.

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Brandi herself has admitted that she didn't handle the situation with Adrienne very well. "Watched Mondays episode,I kind of come off as an (expletive) but PLEASE read my blog so u understand why!I dont fully get2 explain myself on ep!" she tweeted. She went  on to confess in her blog that she "said something (she) shouldn't have said."

But not everyone is totally Team Adrienne. New "Housewife" Yolanda Foster wrote in her latest Bravo blog that "Brandi said things in the heat of the moment that were very hurtful and wrong, but instead of the appropriate apologies being accepted by Adrienne and moving forward, these issues were taken to a whole new level. Adrienne chooses a intimidating and hostile way of communication, one that I have never experienced or witnessed in my life and to be honest --- way out of my comfort zone."

"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" airs at 9 p.m. Monday on Bravo.

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