“I’m NOT cheating with [my] ex husband I would NEVER do that #EWWWWWW,” Glanville tweets Sunday (Sept. 9).
Based on the number of w’s in “EWWWWWW,” we’d say she’s telling the truth.
On Aug. 28, Rimes admitted herself into a 30-day treatment facility “to learn and develop coping mechanisms” for anxiety, according to her rep. And later reports came out about some Glanville supporters who had been allegedly bullying Rimes online and by phone, which was causing the singer’s distress. But Us Weekly reports that the primary source of the stress was concern over Cibrian’s wandering eye. Rimes and Cibrian paired up in 2009 when he was still married to Glanville.
Regardless, Glanville, who has two children with Cibrian, seems to have moved past the affair, offering her support for Rimes as she seeks treatment.
“I totally support LeAnn’s decision to enter rehab — my top priority is my children, and at the end of the day we are a family,” Glanville says in a statement to Us Weekly. “LeAnn is their stepmom, and they love her. I am wishing her all the best and I hope she will find what she is looking for while in rehab.”