"If you are, I want to help you," Foster said to Glanville, who denied she was

By Wade Rouse
Updated February 11, 2015 06:45 AM
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Yolanda Foster asked Brandi Glanville pointblank if she were an alcoholic on Tuesday’s The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, following Glanville’s angry confrontation with Kyle Richards last week.

“[The girls say] Brandi’s an angry drunk,” Foster told Glanville when she invited her over to do yoga. “I don’t want people going around saying you’re an alcoholic pause right there. If you are, I want to help.”

“I’m not,” Glanville said, although she said all the talk “makes me want to do it more.”

“Maybe it’s time for her to look in the mirror,” Foster said, telling her, “You can go out and not drink too much.”

“You heard that [rumor] about your daughter, and she’s not [an alcoholic],” Glanville said, referring to Bella Hadid’s DUI arrest.

“I’ve never heard that Now you’re personally attacking me?” asked a shocked Foster, who has courageously been battling Lyme disease. “The one person who’s trying to help you? It comes back to your children.”

“Everything I do is for my children,” said Glanville. “If these bitches want to say she drinks too much, I don’t care.”

“She has to make a lifestyle change,” said Foster. “Popping a Xanax is not dealing with the core of her issues.”

Meanwhile, Eileen Davidson played mediator for the Richards sisters, bringing them together to try and mend fences.

“I was really hoping to do something good and make a difference, but I feel like I’ve opened Pandora’s box,” said an emotional Davidson, who recently lost two of her four sisters, one to breast cancer and one from a heart attack. “Life is too short.”

Although Kim told Kyle she loved her, she admitted, “There have also been moments in my life where you have hurt me. I’m still holding onto some [of them].”

“Brandi will turn on her and stab her in her back,” Kyle said, telling Kim, “She’s not your friend.”

“I don’t think [Kyle] knows what good intentions are any more. I think her intentions are messed up,” said Kim, telling her sister, “I feel so hurt by you.”

“Even though you’re sisters, you can get to a certain point where you go, ‘How many more times can we do this?'” Kyle said.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Tuesday (9 p.m. ET) on Bravo.