"There is no truth to the claims that Eddie has requested child support from Brandi now, nor will he ever request child support from his ex-wife," the actor's rep told Us Weekly in a statement. "The notion is preposterous. This is yet another ploy for self-promotion."
The statement comes days after Glanville took to Twitter -- a social media platform that she admittedly joined to "obsess" over Cibrian -- to complain about her ex-husband asking her to pay for child support three years after their divorce was finalized.
"2 all these young unmarried bloggers writing about getting over divorce & not seeing ur children grow up 1/2 the time, walk a mile in my shoes," the reality star tweeted on Feb. 18. "I'm not taking cheap shots at my ex in my new book cuz it's all true & now mr fancy new cars & house man is asking ME for child support! U know nada."
"Everytime I take 1 step frwd I get a lawyers letter that takes me 3 steps back so when people say move on, I say 2 my ex LET ME! Just STOP," she added. "Going to stay positive and focus on my new book & let my lawyer handle the rest."
Cibrian and Glanville have been divorced since 2010, the actor is now married to singer LeeAnn Rimes.