Brandi Glanville is reeling with regret after a recent, wild night out in El Lay.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills alum broke down in tears on social media after pics of her leaving restaurant hot spot, Mr. Chow, looking a bit worse for wear surfaced online over the weekend.
The reality TV star was reportedly enjoying drinks with friends at the eatery on Friday April 12, but multiple reports claim that Glanville was so wasted, she had to be physically held upright by her crew to leave at the end of the night.
The 47-year-old broke down in tears on Instagram, and opened up to fans about her ongoing struggles as of late.
SEE her emotional confession (below) as captured by a Real Housewives fan account:
In the vid, Brandi is overcome with emotion, but addresses any potential shame or judgement from others from the start:
“For those of you that want to judge me, you can, all you want, but I’m telling you I’m embarrassed. Sometimes, you know, you see your friends with their perfect husbands, and they get to have their kids full-time, and, you know, I don’t have that.”
The Bravolebrity continues to be vulnerable with her followers, and tearfully admits her fears for the future:
“There is a worry that I’m gonna grow old alone. And I know I embarrass my kids. I’m not perfect. That’s all I gotta say.”
Wow. It’s pretty clear that the woman is really going through it!
You can sense the feeling of regret in the caption of a group photo she shared from the night out (below). This must have been right before things went sour, as she wrote:
“Before shots. :/”
The TV personality also took to Twitter to address the backlash from her less-than-perfect behavior.
Brandi defended herself to judgmental fans, saying:
“I’ve been VERY open about Suffering from depression and having recently switched antidepressants So please please stop these negative comments unless you really just want to send me over the f**king edge. I’m sad and ashamed isn’t that enough?”
Glanville also shared a meme that read, “I’m not perfect, I’m only human. So if I make mistakes read the first sentence again.”
She attempts to remind us all that “Nobody is perfect” in another tweet (below):
But hours later, the Drinking and Dating: P.S. Social Media Is Ruining Romance author gave up trying to convince anyone of understanding or accepting the decisions she chooses to make:
“Sorry for my tweet I just realized the only people I owe explanations to are my family. I’m not 25 my body isn’t perfect and I got wasted i’m sure it’s happened to plenty of you however you don’t have people taking your picture and putting on theinternet 🙏”
Amongst the many negative and judgmental comments that flooded the starlet’s mentions, there were quite a few expressions of genuine concern.
Living with and working through mental health challenges like depression can be especially difficult when you’re in the public eye.
But if what Brandi is saying about her struggles are true, we do hope that nights like these are far and few between. Everyone needs a night to blow off some steam, but we also hope that she gets the help and support that she needs!
[Image via FayesVision/WENN]
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