Andy Cohen exonerated in Brandi Glanville investigation, Leah McSweeney claims ‘WWHL’ renewal

Andy Cohen has been cleared in an investigation into misconduct allegations from former “Real Housewives” stars with the renewal of the Bravo host’s late-night talk show “What Happens Live.”

“The external investigation into the recent allegations made by Brandi Glanville and Leah McSweeney against Andy Cohen has now been completed, and the allegations have been found to be baseless,” a Bravo spokesperson told Page Six.

In March, “The Real Housewives of New York City” alum McSweeney, 41, filed a lengthy lawsuit leveling a host of vile accusations against the Cohen and Bravo franchise.

In addition to accusing Cohen of supplying cocaine to certain talents and providing them with special professional services, McSweeney claimed that Cohen and Bravo exploited her alcohol-related problems in an attempt to obtain positive reviews and even facilitate a work environment that turned a blind eye to Cohen. Predatory s****l behavior.

Cohen has flatly denied the allegations, with a representative for the TV personality previously telling Page Six: “The allegations against Andy are completely false.”

One month ago, Glanville, 51, accused Cohen of s****l hara*sment, claiming he invited her to watch him and Below Deck’s Kate Chastain have s*x, which the former “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star called “unsavory abuse.” “normal for s*x.” power.”

Cohen brushed it off via X, but publicly apologized for making an “inappropriate” joke during a 2022 phone conversation between the trio.

In the wake of both women’s allegations, countless Housewives have spoken out in Cohen’s defense.

“In my 14 years of working with Andy, I have experienced nothing but respect, kindness and support. He has never offered me any kind of drugs,” ‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ star Melissa Gorga told Page Six in March.

Meanwhile, “Real Housewives of Orange County” veteran Heather Dubrow told us she was disappointed by McSweeney’s claims, which she hoped wouldn’t spoil the “fun experience” of being a drag queen — which includes recurring appearances on “What Happens Live with”. Andy Cohen.”

“I’ve been on Watch What Happens Live a million times. I’ve never seen drugs, never heard of drugs, nothing at all. And I’m a child of the ’80s, okay? I’m a kid from the ’80s, okay? I’m a kid,” she said in February.

“I’ve never seen any of that. ‘Watch What Happens Live’ is a fun experience. Yes, we have c**ktails on the show. It’s fun, but there’s always a drinking game with a disclaimer: Don’t drink and drive. It’s a fun experience. It’s unfortunate.” “To be brought down to this level my experience has been nothing but positive.”

“Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” was one of several Bravo shows renewed, including “Married to Medicine,” “Top Chef,” “Southern Charm,” “Southern Hospitality,” and “Below Deck”, “RHONY”, and “RHOBH”. “, “The Real Housewives of Atlanta”, “The Real Housewives of Orange County”, “The Real Housewives of Miami”, “The Real Housewives of Potomac” and “The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City”.

The network also announced two new series.

“Make it in Manhattan,” the working title, follows “a tight-knit group of friends in New York City as they navigate the trials and triumphs of youth,” according to its long story line.

Meanwhile, On Safari – also a working title – is set in the heart of the South African jungle and explores the stunning world of the most luxurious safari experiences, and the international group of guides who create one-off trips. Moments of a lifetime for their adventure looking for clients.

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