We just found out MORE shocking news about Speidi! Life & Style reports Spencer is more out of control than we thought AND their home is a disaster!
Calling all BFFs! Heidi Montag, 23, is in more trouble than we thought! We’ve known for awhile her husband Spencer Pratt, 26, needs to be committed. But we thought his Twitter attacks and obsession with healing crystals were all some outrageous publicity stunt … turns out he really is crazy!
Heidi and Spencer are living in filth — NOT the posh Hollywood Hills mansion that we see each week on The Hills. They actually live in a creepy, dumpy home in Pacific Palisades where Spencer allows their un-potty trained puppies to poop all over the house! AND instead of flat screens, and Baccarat crystal lining their walls and shelves they have giant healing crystals reminiscent of Fraggle Rock and dirty dishes EVERYWHERE! Take a look at the photo up top provided by Life & Style … that’s their kitchen!
Life & Style reports Heidi has only been allowed to leave their home three times in the past month! But here’s the most random and shocking piece of lunacy I’ve discovered today … they have a roommate! “Spencer let one of his new friends, a former marine named Paul “Cougar” Zank, move in with them,” says a source. “He’s staying in the guest room. Heidi’s upset about it, but Spencer doesn’t care. He thinks it’s funny like You, Me, and Dupree.”(That’s the movie with Kate Hudson and Owen Wilson)
Funny? It sounds like Heidi’s life has become the 1990 movie Misery and Spencer is Kathy Bates!
We’ve known Heidi isn’t allowed to hang out with her Hills costars Audrina Patridge, Stephanie Pratt, and Lo Bosworth but after some research we discovered Heidi literally hasn’t been photographed by herself in years! The last time she was somewhere WITHOUT her overly possessive hubby (with exception to filming the oh so real Hills) was at Lauren Conrad‘s 21st birthday party in Feb. 2007!
Instead, Heidi now spends her days over analyzing her face and body while holding a pooper scooper
This is NOT good! What do you think ladies? Do we need to plan an intervention?!