I just stay in the car, they get out and that’s it.
Sometimes Le Ann is in the driveway exercising, which is weird.
The book is currently #1 on the New York Times Bestseller list, and for good reason -- it is naughty, honest and funny, just like Brandi herself. FOX 411: Last week you were on Howard Stern talking about salaries. Glanville: They have to call you before publishing and ask your side of it.
FOX 411: How are things right now with your ex Eddie? We weren’t talking before the book and now their publicist is putting out all these ridiculous stories. I think it was their (Eddie and Le Ann) last ditch effort to try and discredit me before the book came out. By the way, if any of the stories were true they would have come out four years ago when it happened.
Ranadive said Wednesday in Dallas that his group had put 1 million -- the original 65 percent share of the team under the 5 million valuation -- into escrow, a key requirement for the Maloofs to agree to a sale.The Kings' new owners -- Ranadive, who will be the first majority NBA owner of Indian descent, the Jacobs family, which runs the communications giant Qualcomm, swimwear magnate Raj Bhathal, who was introduced Wednesday as taking on a bigger role in the group, 24-Hour Fitness Founder Mark Mastrov and former Facebook executive Chris Kelly -- represent a cross-section of California investors who came together in the last three months to save the team.Johnson was able to bring significant credibility and dollars to the group with Ranadive, a minority owner of the Warriors, and the Jacobs brothers, who were well-respected not only regionally in California because of their business and philanthropic work, but even by the competing Seattle group. MORE: As NHL talks Vegas, Panthers' arena empty again | Naming a Vegas team Deputy commissioner Bill Daly told the Star Tribune on Tuesday that the league had toured an arena site and met with potential ownership groups in Vegas. The NHL has chosen that family, whose ownership of the Sacramento Kings turned messy before a 2013 sale, and businessman William Foley as the theoretical owners of a theoretical Las Vegas expansion team, reports the New York Post.