LeAnn Rimes is not following proper man-stealing etiquette

Getty Images File PhotoAngry: Brandi Glanville

Getty Images File PhotoAngry: Brandi Glanville

‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Brandi Glanville recently had some choice words on Twitter for man-stealin’ LeAnn Rimes. “I’m taking a moment from Twitter to breathe and punch some pillows,” she tweeted.

Glanville, who has two sons with Rimes’ husband, Eddie Cibrian, took umbrage with the following tweet: “Flying out with my boys in a few hrs. Love that it’s a family tour weekend. It’s always more fun when they are with me.”
Uh, LeAnn, when you have an affair with a woman’s husband and then he leaves her and marries you, it’s probably not good form to refer to your stepchildren as “my boys.”

Glanville also has spoken out about how her 5-year-old son was seen on his bike without a helmet. Never one to mince words, she tweeted, “I don’t hate her I feel sorry for her but if she hurts my kids I will cut a b**ch or probably something worse.”

I saw mommy kissing Gary

Have you heard of the children’s toy called the Elf on the Shelf? The idea is that your kids tell the elf what they want under the tree, and then the elf disappears and travels to the North Pole to tell Santa. No human should ever touch the elf, which then magically reappears in another part of the house.

In reality, the parents just move the doll and buy the gifts themselves — which Lara Spencer of “Good Morning America” said out loud on the air, while touching the show’s elf doll, making viewers upset that Spencer had destroyed their children’s sense of wonder and innocence. “THANKS A LOT U MORONS!!!!” was just one of the invectives leveled on the show’s Facebook page.

The powers that be at “GMA” huddled in the war room and tried to figure out a way out of the mess, emerging with a clarification. They say since the elf didn’t have a name at the time of the segment, it wasn’t yet imbued with magical powers, so it was OK that Spencer touched it.

Naming their elf “Gary” (is that the best they could do?) was apparently all that was needed to restore the Christmas miracle.

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