Bond girl Denise Richards in tears as Brandi Glanville exposes ‘lesbian affair’

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills are bringing the drama to season 10 of the show, which is set to start airing in April.

It appears the dramatic storylines will focus on James Bond girl cast member Denise Richards, who joined the show in season nine.

Former cast member and Celebrity Big Brother babe Brandi Glanville kicks it off, when she exposes their alleged affair in 2019.

Denise, who is married to Aaron Phypers, can be seen in tears in the newly released trailer, as well as storming out of a party when the news is shared.

At a dinner party, an astrologer tells her: "Denise, there is a side of you that is hidden."

And it appears Brandi is keen to expose her, as she tells co-star Teddi Mellencamp that Denise is "not who she pretends to be".

Denise denies the rumours, telling Dorit Kemsley: "I don't deserve this. That is a huge thing to f***ing say."

Soon, it appears things start clicking for the luxurious ladies as Lisa Rinna exclaims to Teddi and Kyle Richards: "So, they f***ed?"

It looks like the ladies turn on Denise, with Lisa telling her to leave another party if she doesn't want to be there.

But it gets tough for the actress, as, during a chat with Lisa, she cries: "Don't try to destroy my family."

Lisa, who joined the show in season five, later says to Kyle: "What if she's manipulating me?"

She and Denise have another chat as the trailer comes to a close, with Lisa asking if Denise "sent a cease and desist".

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Visibly fuming, Denise asks: "Who told you that?"

Elsewhere, the trailer shows Kyle clashing with Dorit, after the astrologer judged their personalities according to their star signs.

Lisa and Teddi have a war of words too, while Real Housewives of Beverly Hills newbie Garcelle Beauvais appears to keep out of it.

In an interview portion, she says: "For me, that is some white people stuff."

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is available to stream on hayu, reality TV on demand

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