Think the feud between Kelsey Grammer and his ex wife, "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star Camille Grammer, is over? Think again. The reality star just revealed that her ex won't let their twins say her name in his house.
"They're not allowed to same my name in the house," she told Anderson Cooper on his show, "Anderson Live."
"These poor kids, my daughter and my son, can't say my name in their father's house," she added. "I think they can say 'Mom' or 'The other household. But they can't say my name. They can't say 'Camille.'"
We get that Kelsey doesn't want to keep talking about his ex, but telling the kids not to say her name? Weird. Then again, the kids should just be calling her "mom" anyway, right?
Regardless, the saga of Camille and Kelsey is hardly the first - or last - divorce that's played out in the media.
Brandi Glanville and Eddie Cibrian
Brandi Glanville was scorned when her now ex-husband, Eddie Cibrian, left her for singer LeAnn Rimes. Since then, Rimes and Glanville have traded insult after insult via Twitter. They eventually called a truce, but lately Glanville's been spouting off about Rimes on social media and in the press.
Most recently, Camille's fellow Bravo star blasted her ex's new wife for leaving laxatives around.
"Mason, my eldest, ate some of Le's candies and got extremely ill. And Le's candies are laxatives. It was a big... deal for me, and I lost my mind," she told US Weekly, adding that she thinks the country singer is "unstable" and doesn't trust her around hertwo young sons.
This fight won't be ending any time soon.
We're pretty sure the only way Michael Lohan and Dina Lohan talk anymore is through the press. The parents of Lindsay Lohan are constantly sparring over each other's motives and words.
Most recently, Michael blasted Dina for Lindsay's recent assault arrest and IRS issues.
"I would like to know where the $150,000 is she made on the Pink Energy Drink," he recently told RadarOnline.
For her part, Dina accused Michael of setting up the NYC nightclub incident earlier this month.
Oh, family drama. Our families might have their problems, but at least we're not a part of these Hollywood clans, right?
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