Just because she was publicly caught for the first time doing something doesn’t mean that it was her first time doing it!
This woman has always had impulse control problems.
She also has a long history of taking things that don’t belong to her.
When she was a famous child actress, she regularly got into trouble for stealing.
She would cry and beg the store manager not to report her, claiming that it would ruin her career. She would say that she thought someone else had already paid for it, or that someone else had dared her to do it.
She was a good little actress – and quite famous at the time – and the store manager didn’t want to be responsible for ruining some famous kid’s life over a $10 pair of earrings.
So they simply released her to the custody of her parents.
As she was making more money than them at the time – and they could not do anything to her that would interfere with her work – her parents just let it go, too.
Without any consequences, the little thief never had reason to stop her behavior.
Her family will say that they are shocked and that this is the first time that something like this has ever happened.
They may even try to blame it on need or substance abuse or forgetfulness.
However, they all know her history.
The little thief has done this many, many times over the years.
This is simply the first time she was unable to get away with it.
Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
“Her career began when she was months old and appeared in a TV commercial for Firth Carpet. From 1970 to 1971, she starred as Prudence Everett in the television series Nanny and the Professor, with costars Juliet Mills, Richard Long, David Doremus and Trent Lehman. She also starred in several Disney films, including Escape to Witch Mountain, No Deposit, No Return and Return from Witch Mountain. She starred in an episode of Little House on the Prairie as Olga Nordstrom, Laura Ingalls’ friend with one leg shorter than the other, whom her Pa fitted with a handmade wooden heel on her shoe that allowed her to run and play normally with the other children.”