Dr. Drew tells Radar that his words were taken out of context and he was speaking in a hypothetical exercise and merely used Brangie as an example. HYPOTHETICALLY! You know, just like how Brangie’s lawyers threatened Dr. Drew by saying that hypothetically St. Angie could send her army of Brangeloonies to his house to drag him down to the dungeon of hell where he’ll spend the rest of his days in MISERABLE LONELINESS! Hypothetically, of course.
Here’s Dr. Drew’s apology and explanation:
“These comments were taken completely out of context (and) they were never meant to be printed. I do not know Brad or Angelina (and) I certainly don’t want to be saying things that could be perceived as hurtful for them, or harmful for them in any way. I’m deeply concerned and apologetic and apologize for these comments that were taken out of context.
I don’t know these people, I don’t know the facts. Literally as though one was speculating, just going through an exercise of speculation and not some sort of analysis that was supposed to be factual or for public discourse… I could not be more upset and disturbed that these things were printed as though I was making some sort of categorical analysis of people I really don’t know. I wish them the best, I hope they do well, enjoy the holidays with their kids and have a nice time. I wish them no ill, believe me… I’m sorry these comments were taken out of context and made public.”
What rot. He’s been totally caught out and is now trying to back track!
Pretty Wild might not be airing right now, but that’s not stopping its trouble-magnet star from living up to the title.
Alexis Neiers, already on probation for burglarizing Orlando Bloom’s house, was hauled into jail today on a heroin charge.
Officers paid a visit to her home on a routine check and found her “in possession of a black substance that resembled tar heroin,” according to Kerri Webb of the L.A. County Probation Department.
Neiers “also had burnt foil that is common with heroin use” as well as a fradulent Florida drivers license, says Webb.
All of that’s a big no-no per her probation terms, and right now she’s being held without bail for alleged probation violation and a trio of pending charges: possession of a controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia and identity theft.
The 19-year-old Neiers, a member of the so-called Bling Ring, was released from jail in July after serving 30 days of a 180 day sentence at the Century Regional Detention Facility, Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan’s old stomping ground.
She still has more than two years left of her probation—which means she’s likely going to spend some quality time behind bars if the charges hold up.
Team Neiers is shocked at the turn of events.
Her rep, Bob Mazza, tells E! News that he met with the troublemaking beauty yesterday and everything seemed “fine.”
Her mom and Pretty Wild enabler costar Andrea Arlington claims she had no idea her daughter’s bust was due to drugs.
“She was not arrested or being charged with possession as far as I know,” Arlington tells E! News, instead insisting that Neiers was in trouble because “she did not check into her probation meeting last month and there was some confusion over her address because she had two addresses listed for the location where she was living. They tried to reach her, she did not respond.”
“I am just disappointed because we don’t need to go through this ridiculousness again.”
Despite her confusion over the details of her daughter’s arrest, Arlington has one thing right when it comes to the authorities: “They don’t screw around.