Monday, December 16, 2013

Blind Items Revealed

August 31, 2007

#2 When leaving an LA restaurant on Wednesday night, this A list television actress on a very hit network show was stopped by the manager on her way out. Yes, she had paid, but what she had neglected to do was to fully replace the little plastic bag of white powder she had been using earlier. Half of it was sticking out because she had latched the purse closed before pushing it all the way back in.

Jaime Pressly

14 comments:

MissMoPR said...

Jaime was a list? For real? For anyone othet than Enty I mean.

Rebecca said...

Didn't she have a baby in 2007?????? Super responsible!

TalksTooMuch said...

I don't think she had a drug problem, I think she had a drug storage problem. Surely Martha Stewart has some handy solutions for the on-the-go addict!

Harry Knuckles said...

Not a bad looking girl, but apparently no Rocket Scientest. But then neither am I.

fancyscreenname said...

Can't have been the.first exposed coke baggie that that staff has seen.

Sherry said...

Great response ttm!

texas rose said...

Maybe she brings her own Splenda when she goes out because a lot of restaurants still only have sweet and low or equal.

Renoblondee said...

She won an Emmy for Best Actress. She was definitely A list back then.

Bubbles said...

Putting something you took out of your purse back into your purse isn't replacing something. Who the hell wrote these blinds? I thought the restaurant lent her some coke during dinner that she was supposed to give back before she left.

Zeeky_Boogy_Doog said...

Bubbles - Restaurants are way more generous that. Nearly all of them give free refills on Coke! :P

lesbianeatwhat said...

Hmm isnt this like the 3rd reveal for her in a month? she mustve pissed ents off. That said still love her and that dam voice. I cant judge a coke head who has waaaay more $$ then me and my vodka ever will.

junebug630 said...

She should get off the Coke and go Pepsi Free!

Claudea said...

Ha! :)))

di butler said...

Jaimie P using coke? Lol, unless that's a new way of spelling "meth," that I'm unaware of doing.