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Click.' But now I can be like, 'Hey, I'm Lacey, the crazy person from Memorable for: Her raucous laughter, how often she cried about missing her son, her omnipresent cowboy hat (she still wears the same one)...
oh, and that time she put Lacey in a wrestling hold and dragged her up the stairs to stop a fight.
Bret's assessment during the show: "Lacey is either going to make passionate love to me or possibly kill me in my sleep." fans to become vegetarians, so "If I can do that on just a stupid dating show, what can I do when I really focus and fine tune this passion I have, and take it from dating to issues I actually really truly care about?
" If the show comes to fruition, do not expect time to have mellowed her.
She has also worked with bands including Lords of Acid and Nocturne.
Married to singer/actor Jonny Sculls, the former reality star is also an advocate for social justice, animal rights, and environmental causes. She struggled with substance abuse issues after leaving the spotlight; however, she's been focusing on her music career since getting sober.
She also owns a social media management company called Kinni Creative. Although she often tells people looking for advice on doing reality TV to run in the opposite direction -- "there's no way to emotionally prepare yourself for what you're about to see" -- she doesn't know how she could say no to doing it all over again.We caught up with five former contestants to hear about life after getting stabbed by the rose's thorn.'s first villain, screaming pro-PETA dogma at carnivore roommate Dallas, and getting annihilated in Vegas and crawling on -- then falling off -- the bar."You know, most people just don't want to hear what's going on because they are all asleep, and I'm wide awake." Her one lingering regret from the show "I would say I regret trusting too many bitches, because, you know, I'm very honest and direct, and sometimes I keep forgetting bitches just go behind your back." Memorable for: Having her shit together.Jessica was constantly painted as the "good girl" who couldn't handle Bret's lifestyle, and that was probably for the best.
"Lacey and I, we're cool, she's good, it's OK, it was just, I had to handle that situation at that moment." and then eventually moved home to Georgia, where she started the foundation Imagine No Bullying Now and "built an empire," launching several luxury lifestyle companies dealing with exotic cars, fashion, and even yachts. "I would love to do a show to help other people find love.