"I didn't want to do the show again. I took so much heat," Glanville says of her decision to leave

By Michele Corriston
July 01, 2015 05:25 PM

Brandi Glanville is at her most unfiltered following her exit from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

Just a week after saying Bravo will always be her family, the former model had some choice words for her costars – including the, ahem, “See You Next Tuesday” one – because she says they’ve been fueling rumors that she was fired from the reality show.

“They don’t know. They have no idea. But here’s what sucks, and this is why they’re c—s,” she told Howard Stern on Wednesday. “Because they’re saying I got fired, and I’m in the process of moving, trying to rent a house for my two children, and no one will rent to me because they don’t think I have a job.”

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That’s not the case, she insisted, teasing that she has a “new show” and a “development deal with a big network” on her slate.

So what really went down? Glanville, 42, said she decided to leave after taking a beating online after last season’s antics.

“I felt like I played ball, I gave my all to the show, and then when it aired I thought, ‘Oh my God, they did me no favors in the editing room.’ And I got really upset and a little depressed,” she explained.

From left: Kim Richards, Brandi Glanville, Eileen Davidson, Lisa Vanderpump, Yolanda H. Foster, Lisa Rinna and Kyle Richards
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“I didn’t want to do the show again. I took so much heat. I was doing things to my own detriment that I couldn’t explain like throwing wine in someone’s face,” she continued. “I’m not sure why. And then I slapped Vanderpump, I’m really not sure why. But at the end of the day, I got so much hate on social media.”

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Glanville also said certain castmates refused to shoot scenes with her but admitted she will appear next season for “a little bit” – even though sources have told PEOPLE that her closest allies, Kim Richards and Yolanda Foster, will not return full time either.

“I said, ‘Listen, I will come back if it makes sense – if it’s with Yolanda or if it’s with Kim,’ ” she said of her conversation with producers. “Otherwise, I don’t talk to the other ladies, and I don’t like them.”