Brandi Glanville Was A "Mess" Following SXSW Party

10:26 PM EDT 3/26/2014 by Lindsay Cronin, Celebeat Reporter

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Brandi Glanville was reportedly a "mess" after drinking too much at Austin's SXSW music festival.

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star was in town for an appearance on Watch What Happens Live, and afterwards, Glanville attended a party where she allegedly drank so much that she needed to be escorted home.

 "After Andy Cohen did his show, a bunch of people went back to a private house for a party and Brandi was there and she was knocking back the booze," a source revealed to Radar Online on March 21. "She had so much to drink and she was a mess!"

"Someone called a cab for her and one of the gay guys at the party rode with her back to where she was staying because they were very worried about her being alone and being in the condition she was," the source added.

In recent months, Glanville's co-stars and fellow Real Housewives have grown concerned that Glanville may have a real problem with her drinking.

In Oct. 2013, Joyce Giraud told press Glanville "needs rehab," and two months later, on Dec. 2013, Glanville's co-star, Kim Richards, who is currently a close friend of hers, revealed on the show that Glanville "needs help" with her hard-partying ways.

That same month, The Real Housewives of Miami's Joanna Krupa told Celebuzz she thought Glanville was suffering from "an alcohol issue."

In 2013, Glanville was photographed on two separate occasions being carried out of Los Angeles hotspots. The first incident took place at the London Hotel in July where Glanville partied so hard she left with her breasts and lower lady parts exposed. The second occurred during her party party at Fleming's Steakhouse.

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