Oh Patti Stanger! Perhaps the star of Millionaire Matchmaker could use some anger management classes. It sounds like fame has gone to Patti’s head lately, as it’s reported that she got violent with a crew member from her show. An insider tells The Huffington Post that her behavior could end her stint on Bravo.
Allegedly, Patti slapped someone on the arm when she got frustrated. The source tells the site, “It wasn’t one of her millionaires or ladies hoping to date them — this was a member of the production crew. This is very serious and conversations are being had about firing Patti and canceling her show.”
To our U.S. readers: Happy Independence Day! For our non-U.S. readers: Happy Wednesday!
We are taking things slow today and allowing our writers to come out of their dungeons, unglue their fingers from their laptop keyboards, and peel their eyes off the television for a few hours. Maybe they’ll get some fresh air, have a burger, and spend a few moments with those short people they claim as dependents on their tax forms.
If you find yourself bored silly today (perhaps your city canceled the fireworks due to dry conditions or stormy weather or you just hate family get-togethers), we’ve compiled a list of some of the best articles Reality Tea has shared over the years. Enjoy! And have a happy and safe 4th of July.
When can we–and I mean “we, as a society” (five dollars to those who caught the Friends reference) stop glorifying bad behavior? Geez Louise. Casey Anthony was acquitted in the death of her two-year-old daughter Caylee, but it seems like the former party girl, who has been in seclusion, is trying to revamp her image. Barf. Gag. Vomit.
A source close to Casey tell RadarOnline.com, “She loves being notorious. One day she said, ‘I need to work on my brand,’ which is so strange for me and so foreign from what she should be doing. I said, Casey, what brand? You’re not selling anything. You’re a lost girl who got in a lot of trouble.’” To said anonymous insider, I say, why are you still friends with her? Credibility? Not so much.