Charged with seven counts of residential burglary, each bringing a possible sentence of two to six years, Prugo is potentially facing serious time.
This “included Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, Rachel Bilson, Audrina Patridge, and others she was not sure about,” according to the L. Her friends knew that Bloom was in New York shooting a movie; they researched this kind of information on celebrity Web sites like TMZ.
They discovered the locations of stars’ homes on Google Maps and
She said they went around the house, checking windows and doors, finally finding an unlocked door by Bloom’s pool area.
They went inside and the other kids started to “ransack” Bloom’s home, according to Neiers.
“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.
Prugo said that he and Neiers left around five a.m., but Lee and Tamayo went back inside because, Lee said, “‘I want artwork ‘cause I’m moving to Vegas and I want stuff to decorate my house.’”Some time later, Prugo said, he sold most of Bloom’s Rolexes to Johnny Ajar—a.k.a.
“Johnny Dangerous,” and, according to the police report, their “fence”—a thuggish ex-con and promoter at Les Deux who would allegedly get Prugo and his under-age friends into the club.
“I’m a firm believer in Karma,” she said, “and I think this situation was attracted into my life because it was supposed to be a huge learning lesson for me to grow and expand as a spiritual human being.
I see myself being like an Angelina Jolie,” she said, “but even stronger, pushing even harder for the universe and for peace and for the health of our planet.” She was sounding almost like a real celebrity.
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.