What a horrible person.
At the time, the religious leader had written on Twitter:
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Courtney Stodden is "dying" for people to stop buying live animals from PetSmart.
The 21-year-old dressed up as a sexy (dead) mouse on Thursday and joined PETA in an El Lay protest against the pet store's allegedly cruel pet trade.
According to a 15-week PETA investigation, a PetSmart supplier has been accused of gassing animals in plastic bags and setting them aside "to die and waste away." Additionally, the organization says that small animals are being warehoused in plastic bins and even frozen alive.
This is so horrific if true!
Miz Stodden — who laid on the sidewalk in a pool of fake blood — said of the protest:
"It's heartbreaking to think that countless mice, rats, bunnies, and lizards are dying in filthy bins for PetSmart's stores. My friends at PETA and I urge everyone to refuse to shop anywhere that sells live animals!"
Whoa! Courtney Stodden may want to be more careful with candles from this point on!
The 21-year-old decided to join forces with artist and medium Sham Ibrahim to perform a seance to post on Periscope Sunday… except she accidentally set herself on fire!!
While being "possessed" by a cat, Courtney placed her hair a little too close to the lit candle, which immediately lit up. Fortunately, they were able to get it out FAST!
And thankfully, she's okay, but the former teen bride could have seriously hurt herself.
Watch it go down (below):
Well this is unexpected!
Looking natural and her actual age of twenty-one for a change, the beauty told her fan base that she feels "best" without any makeup on. The revelation might come as a surprise to people who've yet to see Court go out of the house barefaced!
Check out Stodden's shocking confession (below)!
Thanks to some grade-A
wine therapy, the secrets are coming out for the stars of The Mother/Daughter Experiment: Celebrity Edition!
While Courtney Stodden is in the middle of some very peculiar beef/sexual tension between mother Krista Keller and husband Doug Hutchison, she admits that not all is bad about her situation — specifically, her sex life!
During a break from a therapy session with their moms, Heidi Montag and Bad Girls Club's Natalie Nunn asked the 21-year-old how things are in the bedroom with her 55-year-old husband — whom she wed in 2011 at the ripe age of 16.
Stodden assured her costars that her sex life is "really good," and when asked about her sexual experience before getting hitched, she confessed she hadn't even gone all the way… sort of!
Lifetime's new reality therapy show The Mother/Daughter Experiment: Celebrity Edition has been putting drama before any actual therapy, and the show's stars/patients are getting sick of it!
Earlier this week, it was reported that Kim Richards wanted out of the reality TV program after enduring an emotional fake funeral
challenge therapy session.
Now, Courtney Stodden's mom is threatening to sue the producers for fabricating storylines that make it seem like she used her daughter to prey on teenage boys!
According to reports, Krista Keller blasted Lifetime and 495 Productions for a recent promo that shows her and her daughter hashing out some of their issues.
In the clip, Courtney emotionally claims when she was 12 years old, Krista used her to lure a 17-year-old
The blonde beauty and her momma got into it on this week's episode of The Mother/Daughter Experiment: Celebrity Edition — and Courtney called out her mom Krista Keller's alleged affinity for hitting on her boyfriends!
It all started when Keller was in the middle of talking to some of the fellow moms in the house about her daughter's husband Doug Hutchinson, confessing:
"I just cannot continue to protect Doug anymore. I'm tired of the finger constantly being pointed at me. He is not innocent in this!"
Heidi Montag's mom Darlene Egelhoff and Natalie Nunn's mom Karen tried not to judge as Krista admitted that Hutchinson's "fantasy" involved her teaching
We think there might be a bug going around the ladies of The Mother/Daughter Experiment: Celebrity Edition — because at least one housemate has vomited in every episode so far!
This week, the ladies worked on their resentment issues during their latest therapy session, where each mother/daughter duo had a satin bag each containing revealing items that signified their… well, baggage.
Courtney Stodden's bag contained two champagne flutes, symbolizing her mother Krista Keller's absence at her 21st birthday last August. Courtney broke down and accused her mother for not caring about her career — and for not liking her husband, Lost actor Doug Hutchinson.
Kim Richards and daughter Kimberly Jackson had a far less dramatic turn with the exercise, both revealing