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Andy Cohen Talking With 'Crisis PR Team' as He Fights Shocking Allegations From Brandi Glanville and Leah McSweeney

After Real Housewives star Leah McSweeney's bombshell lawsuit was filed on Tuesday accusing Andy Cohen of shoving booger sugar up his nose alongside her fellow Housewives and pressuring her to consume alcohol, the Bravo bigwig is looking for a crisis PR team to help rehabilitate his image.

“He hired a crisis PR team, which is a red flag,” one insider shares with us exclusively.

However, a second source tells us that the King of Bravo has not officially retained any crisis PR firm and instead is getting support from friends who have experience navigating scandals.

“He does not have a formal agreement,” the source shares. “He has not paid a penny.”

Our source insists Cohen, 55, is “not panicking” about the controversies rocking Bravo because of the public support he has received from some of the network’s biggest stars for what sources have described as “slander.”

“Everyone is rallying around him,” the source says, adding that Cohen has gotten feedback and advice from pals.

“They’re keeping up the positivity and just being here for him.”

Page Six broke the news this week that former “Real Housewives of New York City” star McSweeney, 41, had sued Cohen and Bravo for allegedly preying on her alcoholism while filming to fuel drama among the cast.

Her bombshell lawsuit also claimed the “Watch What Happens Live” host snorts cocaine with a coterie of “Housewives.”

“The claims against Andy are completely false,” a rep for Cohen told Page Six in response to the lawsuit.

A third source slams McSweeney as “disgusting” for accusing Cohen of actions that they say are “not true.”

“It’s infuriating that [McSweeney] can make up lies to try and hurt someone’s reputation just so they can get headlines,” the source shares.

“It’s truly disgusting and shows someone’s true character.”

“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” alum Glanville, who expressed her support for the Married to the Mob designer’s lawsuit, accused Cohen of sexual harassment last week, claiming he had invited her to watch him have sex with another reality star.

The Bravo bigwig immediately apologized for making an “inappropriate” joke, which only made Glanville, 51, and her attorneys more irate.

“Any boss who is clearly inebriated and encourages their employee by FaceTime video, and invites the employee to watch their boss to have sex with another employee, constitutes sexual harassment, plain and simple, under any definition of sexual harassment even one concocted by NBC,” Glanville’s legal team told Page Six last Friday.

“Why is Andy Cohen getting a pass? Any other supervisor at Comcast/NBC who engaged in this behavior would be fired immediately on the spot.”

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