Tara Reid Defends Her “Drunken Mess” Crash Via Twitter

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Here’s a picture of Tara Reid looking like a fallen angel (you know, one who reeks of Jack Daniels and knocks over motorcycles when she’s not busy blessing people and performing miracles).  Anyhow, she’s dead set on defending her “good” name in light of the drunken motorcycle fallover via twitter, and will stop at nothing to make a bunch of defensive, incoherent statements.

Tara said yesterday on her twitter account:

Tmz are liars and they always againt me they pushed us down that’s why we fell why don’t u see how we fell? Its a set up!

Look how it is edited they only should u after they knocked us down in front of our own boat its so wrong and I will defend us this time100%

That’s why I was covering my face I knew I was getting set up so unfair its totally not right and I finally have had it stop picking on me!

Geez.  First of all, I know it’s twitter, but get some basic grammatical stuff down, will ya? You sound like you’re still drunk. It’s kind of no way to defend yourself if you STILL sound inebriated, no?

Secondly, come ON Tara- sometimes I feel bad for you, but then I know you love the drama, don’t you? And who would be setting you up? The paparazzi? Seems like they don’t need to do anything, but show up!


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Thursday, September 13th, 2012 at 3:15pm
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September 13th, 2012 at 3:51 pm

No matter what the truth is, maybe people would be able to believe her or at least give her the benefit of the doubt if she wasn’t almost always such a drunken mess.

September 22nd, 2014 at 7:18 am

I do not truly care how or after i get the Letters in the Mail. Every time it arrives, it feels like a letter should be. It’s suddenly there in my mail box just one day. A awesome, tangible surprise. I’m for you doing whatever you want when you send it. Mix it up for the individuals who help get it sent out. Include crumbs from your lunch. Coffee stains. Whatever. Keep the tedious naturel of getting letters out to a minimum by doing whatever you feel like that day. The arrival of your letter and the words in the author inside are what matters. Personally, what I like most effective about The Rumpus is that I by no means understand what I’ll read through that day. Or if there just isn’t one that day, maybe it’s because Stephen couldn’t discover anything to say or there was way too much planning on.


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