Real Housewives star graphically details alleged sexual assault by co-star

American reality star Caroline Manzo has detailed the sexual assault her co-star Brandi Glanville allegedly endured while filming Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip in Morocco.

In a signed written statement filed on May 28 and obtained exclusively by Page Six, he The Real Housewives of New Jersey star claimed the former The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Glanville “forcefully caressed” her vagina while producers filmed the alleged assault.

“When Glanville sexually assaulted me on the sofa, she rubbed me with her vagina. The producers just watched and filmed,” 62-year-old Manzo writes in a written statement. “They could see I was in trouble, but they continued filming anyway.”

The reality TV star claims the production did not “separate” Glanville, 51, from her and instead “continued to feed” Glanville alcohol and allowed her to follow Manzo into the bathroom where she “threw” her against the bathroom door. causing her to be hit on the head.

Glanville then “locked me in the bathroom where she forcibly fondled my vagina against my will,” with Manzo further claiming that the producers “didn’t help” despite witnessing Manzo’s escape attempt.

“Glanville maliciously sexually assaulted me for her own sexual gratification,” Manzo writes in the legal document.

“She did this by forcefully kissing me, rubbing her vagina on me and then fondling my vagina against my will.”

Manzo claims she requested that the production not ask her about the alleged assault during her interviews in New York because she was “visibly suffering from anxiety, depression and post-traumatic stress from Glanville’s sexual assault.”

The Brownstone owner, however, claims that the production forced her to “experience sexual assault” “in order to create more ‘drama’ in the interview for her ratings and profit.”

Bravo and Peacock had no comment, while representatives for Glanville and Shed Media did not immediately return Page Six’s requests for comment.

Manzo filed her bombshell lawsuit against Bravo and Peacock in January, alleging that Glanville forced himself on her and kissed her without her consent. The lawsuit further states that the incident reawakened Manza’s “dormant and terrifying memories” of being sexually assaulted when she was 7 years old.

Glanville responded to Manzo’s lawsuit by calling her allegations “absurd.”

“Unfortunately, Brandi has had to wake up to yet another lawsuit involving defamatory, false allegations about her,” a rep for Glanville told Page Six at the time.

“During the shoot, Brandi followed what the producers asked of her and there was no sexual assault. She is innocent of these absurd accusations that have weighed on her mental and physical health for far too long without a word of support from Peacock, Shed or Bravo.

“This painful storytelling seems endless and must stop. He wants to go on and up and get his life back.”

Executive producer RHUGT claimed in court documents filed in April that Manzo felt “disrespected” by the OnlyFans star but was not “sexually abused.”

“At the time, our main concern was to make sure Manzo felt safe,” the documents said. “She told us she felt safe, that she wanted to continue filming and that she didn’t want Glanville to be sent home.”

Manzo finally flew home early from Morocco.

This story originally appeared on Page Six and is republished here with permission.

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