‘Real Housewives’ Lawsuit: Brandi Glanville Sued by Joanna Krupa Over ‘Smelly Vagina’ Comments

Bravo reality star turns to the court system to clear the air on her personal hygiene

Last Updated: January 22, 2015 @ 3:23 PM

The scent of Joanna Krupa’s womanhood is now a matter for the courts to decide.

“Real Housewives of Miami” veteran Krupa has slapped “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Brandi Glanville with a lawsuit, after Glanville allegedly accused Krupa of sleeping with a married man.

Oh, and she also claimed she was told that Krupa’s private parts smell, the complaint says.

The lawsuit, filed in circuit court in Florida on Thursday, stems from both a November 2013 appearance that Glanville made on Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” and a subsequent December 2014 appearance on the show’s YouTube channel.

During the “Watch What Happens Live” appearance, the lawsuit says, Glanville proclaimed that Krupa had slept with Mohamed Hadid, the then-husband of “RHOBH” castmember Yolanda Foster.

Glanville went on to say that Hadid told her and Lisa Vanderpump that Krupa’s “pussy smelled,” according to the complaint.

The lawsuit alleges that Glanville went on to again insinuate that Krupa has less-than-ideal feminine hygiene during the YouTube appearance. While discussing Krupa with host Andy Cohen, the lawsuit claims, Glanville asked Cohen if he got food poisoning from eating bad sushi and added that, while Krupa is a “stunning” woman, “you can’t help the odor situation.”

The accusations leveled at Krupa’s vagina are false, according to the lawsuit, which adds that Hadid, Vanderpump and Foster have denied Glanville’s claims.

A spokeswoman for Glanville has not yet responded to TheWrap‘s request for comment.

Krupa thinks the whole situation stinks — and the odor isn’t coming from her.

“Mrs. Krupa has suffered and is suffering damages, including, but not limited, to emotional distress, mental anguish, humiliation, ridicule, hatred, contempt, injury or impairment to her reputation and/or standing in the community and/or embarrassment, which damages will continue to be suffered now or in the future,” the lawsuit reads.

Alleging slander, slander per se and intentional infliction of emotional distress, the lawsuit says that the alleged damages that Krupa has suffered are at “a value greater than” $15,000.

Hopefully the legal system can clear the air on the matter.

Pamela Chelin contributed to this report.