Reality star Brandi Glanville apologized Thursday, Jan. 16, for joking about child molestation on her Podcast One show earlier in the week.
The former model brought up the topic during the Tuesday, Jan. 14 edition of Brandi Glanville Unfiltered while in midst of a discussion with her guests, comedians Don Jamieson and Jim Florentine.
"I was actually stalking you online, Jim, and we have something in common! I, too, wanted to be molested as a child and was passed up," the 41-year-old mother of two said. "My sister got felt up by a principal, but nothing for me. He didn't even look at me sideways."
Florentine played along and asked, "Did you feel hurt by that?"
"Yeah," the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star replied. "Now looking back, I'm super-bummed. I was thinking, 'All this and nothing?' Super-hot and they passed me up!"
Glanville apologized for her jokes via Twitter days later.
"I was interviewing stand up comedians for my podcast! Had to go through their stand up routines to know what 2 talk about!" she said. "I'm sorry if I offended anyone with @Mrjimflorentine @PodcastOne interview My show is a COMEDY based entertainment show for adults I'm sorry."
Glanville told one Twitter user that she is "still learning how to interview & learning what I can & cant say."
One of Glanville's critics reminded her that "molestation and rape are not subjects to joke about. Sexual violence is not about attractiveness; it's about power." Glanville agreed and wrote, "I'm sorry. I'm still learning how to interview stand up comedians. I would kill anyone that touched my kids."
Glanville's comments follow the racist joke she made during the Dec. 9, 2013, episode of Bravo's The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. During a girls' weekend in Palm Springs, Glanville stripped down to a bikini and begged co-star Joyce Giraud to get in the pool with her. The beauty queen repeatedly refused and then said, "I can't swim."
"You're a black person," Glanville replied with a laugh. "All my black friends can't swim. Is that bad?" She later explained that "it was a joke, and my black friends would have laughed crazy because they don't go in the pool because they will get their weave f--cked up."
Glanville called into the network's Watch What Happens Live to apologize for her comments.
"I think it was definitely inappropriate. I'm the least racist person of all time. I think the more you defend it, the more you look guilty, so I don't have to say that much more. I'm very sorry with whomever I offended."