Any press is good press, right? Unless, of course, you're robbing the homes of the celebrities you so desperately want to be. When a biting Vanity Fair article about Neiers' crimes came out, the reality star was angry to find that the reporter – whom she had spoken to about the burglaries – had “misquoted her” and printed “lies” about her involvement in the scandal. While leaving the reporter an emotional voicemail, Neiers broke down over a very specific fact that the reporter included in the Vanity Fair piece. As a sobbing Alexis tells it, “She said I was wearing six-inch Louboutins to court with my tweed outfit! I was wearing little brown kitten heels, fucking bitch!” Journalistic accuracy – it's so important, guys. And, lucky for you, there's video:
Bowling With Ryan Cabrera
Hey, remember that song “On the Way Down”? Only vaguely? Well, back in 2010, Ryan Cabrera was still clinging on to relevancy and ended up going on a bowling date with Tess Taylor. Taylor loves singers, and since she vaguely remembered that Cabrera once dated a singer, she was stoked. Of course, the “date” was less of a date and more Taylor being an awkward third-wheel to Cabrera and his random friend. Taylor and Cabrera did not work out and Cabrera went on to date big personailities like Audrina Patridge of The Hills.
Mom of the Year
Taylor has quite the confusing family background. Alexis and Gabby's
mother Andrea Arlington adopted her from her best friend when she
began having drug issues. Of course, a confusing family past doesn't
quite live up to the weirdness that is having your adoptive mom take
naked photos of you in the shower so you can send them to Playboy –
which also happens to be your mom's former workplace.
Come Get Your Adderall!
Some moms serve breakfast in the morning, others serve psychiatric drugs.
Arlington is the latter kind of mom, and doles out Adderall with the same enthusiasm
as calling girls down to open presents underneath a Christmas tree.
Each episode of Pretty Wild is only about 20 minutes long, but that didn't stop the show from having a good six minutes devoted to finding Taylor's “lost” puppy. While younger sister Gabby would probably be thrilled to have the dog gone for good (somehow the puppy ends up leaving little “presents” whenever it finds itself in Gabby's path... ), it turns out that the dog isn't lost at all, but has been barking outside along the side door. To shoehorn a message into the show, Taylor has to give away her puppy because she can't be responsible for it — which everyone is kind enough to point out is exactly what happened to her when her own mother gave Taylor away.
If you and your friends decide to rob celebrities, it would be a great idea not to hire them for your little sister's Sweet Sixteen. When Neiers hires DJ Paul Oakenfold to play at Gabby's party, the DJ is quick to ask if she's part of the ring that stole from his house. While Neiers could have just answered with, “No, we only robbed the homes of celebrities... ” she, instead, had a mini-breakdown and hid in her room for a bit. Not her finest hour.