Brandi Glanville has a new lawyer, and she's confident she will soon be redeemed in her ongoing lawsuit with Joanna Krupa.

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Early last week, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills took to Twitter, where she claimed she had fired her former lawyer after deeming him too expensive, and requested the help of someone new, who she has since found.

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Glanville's fellow Real Housewives star, Krupa, filed a defamation lawsuit against her in January, claiming she defamed her in at least two interviews by claiming her lady parts smelled foul, and alleging Krupa had engaged in an affair with Mohamed Hadid during his marriage to Yolanda Foster, who stars alongside Glanville on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

Also on Twitter this weekend, Glanville fought back against claims of her being a mean girl.

Glanville and the cast of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills are currently in production on season six, which is expected to return to Bravo this winter. Ahead of filming, Glanville was demoted from full-time to part-time on the series.