Reality TV star Brandi Glanville revealed she been suffering a ''weird depression'' caused by ''mould poisoning'', and she's on the mend after relocating.
Brandi Glanville has been suffering a ''weird depression'' caused by ''mould poisoning''.
The 46-year-old reality star recently had to leave her Los Angeles home after discovering an infestation of black mould and though she was worried she was having a ''mid-life crisis'', she's feeling much better after relocating.
She said: ''I've had this weird depression because of mould poisoning in my house. I had brain fog, memory loss and depression. I was really miserable. It was in the air, in the floors.
''I thought I was having a midlife f***ing crisis. I was having anxiety about leaving my house. Now I'm so clear headed ... I upped my antidepressants because I've been a mess and I didn't understand why. But now after leaving that house, I feel like a new person.''
Brandi - who has sons Mason, 16, and Jake, 12, with ex-husband Eddie Cibrian - is currently embroiled in a ''fun'' relationship with a retired soccer player but insisted there's nothing serious between them.
Speaking to New! magazine, she said: ''I'm dating a retired soccer player. It's not serious, he's going through a divorce. It's just sex right now, so that's fun.
''I want to have somebody in my life but I don't really want to share my space. I've been living with just my boys for so long. Maybe I'll change my mind but it's difficult. I don't want to be that old lady with cats. I don't even like cats. That would really suck for me.''
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