's all-new episode, which aired last night, saw Glanville getting into it with newcomer Eileen Davidson and the conversation escalated into a wine toss.
But it might have been what happened later that night on Andy Cohen's late night series In the video that was posted on Bravo TV, Jeff jokingly refuses to have Brandi touch his hair, as he wasn't sure if he could get an STD from that.
When the show then returned from a commercial break, Brandi addressed Lewis's joke saying, "Before we do this, I have something to say to Jeff about the whole, 'Can you get an STD from me putting my hands through his hair?
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The studio audience and Andy were both flabbergasted by Brandi's actions and tried to continue on with the show.
But it seems that the whole thing was set up by Brandi and Jeff to play a big practical joke on Andy.
The star took to her Twitter account to clear up the issues, writing, "People @JLJeff Lewis & I were joking! I turned around cuz I couldn't stop laughing we wanted to fool Andy!
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Brandi Glanville of #RHOBH throws wine at Jeff Lewis and breaks down live on set because of something Jeff Lewis said to her earlier in the show.
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