Brandi Glanville's Son Was in the ER! See Why LeAnn Rimes Is Upset

Brandi Glanville

Mar. 31 2014, Published 3:35 p.m. ET

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The battle of Brandi Glanville and LeAnn Rimes hit round 248 this weekend, when Glanville had to rush her son Mason to a hospital in New York City. Rimes and her husband Eddie Cibrian, the father of Glanville's two sons, weren't notified until Mason called Cibrian himself—and stepmother Rimes is letting her displeasure be known.

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The war of words occurred on Twitter, but of course. Mason went to the hospital over a bad allergic reaction, and Glanville posted a pic of her son's arm with an IV in it. Rimes spent most of Sunday responding to his illness via thinly veiled jabs on Twitter: "Got a text from a friend at 4:30am asking if mason was ok. THANK GOD! Mason just called Eddie himself!! It's been a panicked morning not knowing anything and mason being all the way across the US. Relived to know he's ok." She also noted, "my husband need sic to be notified, period" and eventually added, "you're right, I could have handled my side differently. Emotions took over Relieved he is ok Still don't agree w/ what happened." If you thought 2014 would be the year Rimes and Glanville learned to get along, you might have to wait a little longer.

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Do you think Glanville should have handled this situation differently? Are you on Rimes' side or Glanville? Do you think these two will ever get along? Tell us in the comments below or tweet us @OKMagazine.


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