Which "Real Housewives" Star Got Thrown Out Of A NYC Gay Club?

The reality TV personality got kicked out after disturbing a drag show.

On a recent trip to New York City, a former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star got kicked out of a gay bar for disrupting a drag performance.

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PASADENA, CA - JANUARY 16: Brandi Glanville arrives at NBCUniversal's 2015 Winter TCA Tour - Day 2 at The Langham Huntington Hotel and Spa on January 16, 2015 in Pasadena, California. (Photo by Angela Weiss/Getty Images)

Brandi Ganville stopped by Barracuda Bar with Ladies of London's Sophie Stanbury and RHONY alum Kristen Takeman Sunday night after taping a segment of Watch What Happens Live.

During the rowdy girls' night out, a bystander shot a video of Ganville dancing in front of a drag queen in the middle of her performance. Though Brandi was definitely feeling herself, it's clear the crowd of LGBT patrons was not.

After disrupting the number, the women were reportedly heckled out of the bar, a fact that didn't stop Stanbury from taking to social media to commemorate the evening.

"Ok so this is possibly the most fun I've had in forever with my new girlfriends," the reality TV star wrote on Twitter and Instagram.

In the sober light of day, a handful of Twitter users read the trio for their unruly night of "fun."

While Stanbury didn't engage with the users, Glanville clapped back, dismissing allegations that she was kicked out of the bar as "not f*cking true."

She went on to justify her behavior by saying she's a "great tipper" who's been visiting gay bars since she was a teenager.

If it's true that Ganville's been going to gay clubs for as long as she says she has, she should know better than to disrupt a safe space with her need for attention.

Hopefully next time she visits Barracuda she'll drop the dancing and just enjoy the show.

Update: Pixie Aventura, the queen featured in the above video, took to Facebook today to set the record straight on the string of events that occurred over the weekend.

According to the posts, Stanbury was actually the more confrontational of the pair, consistently interrupting Aventura throughout the night, even when she was asked to be quiet on four separate occasions.

Aventura wrote that things "quickly escalated when the audience was more focused on getting rid of them than watching the show," so she decided to cut the night short.

"I'm a human being, not a dish rag," Aventura concluded. "I don't go to your job and treat you as such."

h/t: All About The Tea