“You guys have no idea the amount of stress I’m dealing with.”
Glanville shares two sons — Mason Edward, 20, and Jake Austin, 16 — with ex-husband Eddie Cibrian.
While it’s unclear what the reality star, 50, was hospitalized for, she was apparently kept overnight for observation.
In another tweet Monday morning, she wrote that she “really” wanted to “leave” after gushing over the “super sweet, super hard-working” hospital staff.
Glanville’s rep did not immediately respond to Page Six’s request for comment.
However, the “Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip” star seemed to be in good spirits despite her hospitalization.
She also tweeted a photo of her emergency room patient chart that listed her physician as a “Dr. Cohen,” who coincidentally shares a last name with Bravo mogul Andy Cohen.
Meanwhile, her nurse was named Ciara — a reference to “Summer House” star Ciara Miller.
“No escaping @BravoTV even in the ER !!” Glanville quipped. “Look at my Dr. & nurses name … being held hostage by the threat of a bad edit is partly the problem.”
Though she didn’t offer any additional medical updates, the TV personality later took to her Instagram Story Monday evening to share a photo of herself holding a glass of champagne.
Glanville’s health scare comes two weeks after she spoke out against assault accusations made by co-star Caroline Manzo in January.
Manzo — who also appears alongside Glanville in “The Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip: Ex-Wives Club” — claimed the mother of two touched her in intimate areas and made unwanted advances when cameras weren’t rolling.
Glanville has vehemently denied the allegations.
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“I feel like the narrative that’s out there is very unfair,” she exclusively told Page Six in September. “I’m ready to clear things up.”
Sources have told Page Six that both Glanville and Manzo’s mics were on during the alleged incident.
While Glanville’s attorneys demanded that Shed Media — the Warner-owned production company that oversees the production of “RHUGT” and other Bravo series — release the audio, the company quietly conducted their own investigation.
Page Six was told that there was no evidence to support either party.
“If anything like that actually transpired, I would’ve thought that production would’ve stepped in,” Glanville said.