On November 16, Neiers arrived at Los Angeles Superior Court for her arraignment with an E! Her show, originally intended to be about her life as a party girl on the Hollywood scene, had now become a chronicle of her effort to stay out of jail.
She was being charged that day with one count of residential burglary of Orlando Bloom’s home.
She took that.”The Bloom surveillance video shows two of the four figures coming and going up and down the hill with large bags several times between three and four a.m.
“I have a pretty cool shoe collection going on right now,” she said. The thieves apparently had a taste for luxury brands: Chanel, Gucci, Tiffany, Cartier, Prada, Marc Jacobs, Dolce & Gabbana, Burberry, Yves Saint Laurent.
They allegedly stole clothes, shoes, handbags, makeup, perfume, underwear.
She runway-walked into the courtroom as the cameras started rolling.
Nick Prugo has a different take on the events of the night of the Bloom burglary. A slender boy with an angular face and small brown eyes, he was sitting in front of the fire at the Encino home of his lawyer, Sean Erenstoft, on a rainy night in December.
When cops searched Ajar’s home, they found Brian Austin Green’s pistol.
Ajar is now in Los Angeles’s Twin Tower Correctional Facility, charged with possession of narcotics and a firearm.
She told police that Prugo, Lee, and Tamayo seemed to be covering their faces with their hoodies, apparently in order to hide from security cameras.
Lee cut a section out of the chain-link fence surrounding the property, Neiers said, and the kids crawled through it.
Neiers said that Lee and another girl, Diana Tamayo, 19, got out of Lee’s white Audi A4, and the four kids walked uphill to Bloom’s residence, a stark, black mansion.