29-year-old Alexis Neiers stirred headlines over a decade in the past for her half within the Hollywood “Bling Ring,” a bunch of pals who managed to steal over $three million in clothes and jewellery from stars like Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, and Orlando Bloom.
The place is Alexis Neiers at the moment?
Alexis is maybe greatest recognized for her response to Nancy Jo Gross sales’ Self-importance Truthful profile on the “Bling Ring,” the place she sobbed into her telephone making an attempt to depart a message for Nancy that has made the rounds on social media for greater than a decade after the actual fact, changing into a bonafide meme.
“I wasn’t sporting Louboutins, I used to be sporting little brown kitten heels,” she wept into her pink cell. “F—ing b–ch!”
The long-lasting second was captured for all to see in Fairly Wild, an E! actuality present that adopted the aftermath of Alexis’ arrest and her involvement within the prosecution of the “Bling Ring” scandal.
“What occurred on the primary day of filming, the police confirmed up at our door and arrested Alexis,” her mom Andrea Arlington recalled to Web page Six. “Now what no person is aware of is that [Alexis] and Tess truly referred to as into the police and reported the whole ‘Bling Ring’ group of individuals on the time to the North Hollywood Police Division.”
Now, Alexis has made an entire transformation: She’s a drug and alcohol counselor, and married with children.
Alexis, now Alexis Haines, bought sober after being arrested for possession of a managed substance whereas on probation for her taking part within the “Bling Ring.” As of late, she’s put the whole ordeal behind her. “I actually do not feel like I am such a giant half of popular culture,” she stated final 12 months.
“I’ve by no means learn the Bling Ring guide. I’ve by no means seen The Bling Ring film,” she revealed. “I’ve at all times simply sort of stood in my fact and since getting sober in 2010, if I’m going again to these darkish moments in my life, then I simply get sucked in and engulfed in that.”