Source: Wrecked Bentley In Sheen Crash Belongs To Latest ‘Real Housewife’
First Published: February 5, 2010 8:56 PM EST Credit: Access Hollywood
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- A crashed Bentley found near Charlie Sheen’s wrecked sedan in a ravine off of Mulholland Drive is registered to Ken Todd, the husband of former “Baywatch” actress and restaurateur Lisa Vanderpump, a source close to the star claimed to Access Hollywood.
And the same source has told Access that Lisa, an actress who has appeared in such shows as “Baywatch Nights” and “Silk Stalkings,” has happier news – she’s been cast in “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills,” which will begin shooting soon.
Lisa & Todd own the popular LA-area restaurants Sur (in West Hollywood) and Villa Blanca (in Beverly Hills).
When asked for comment by Access, a Bravo rep would not confirm or deny Lisa’s connection to the network’s franchise.
“We’re always looking for interesting characters and often get tape on a variety of people for a number of potential projects, but beyond that we have no other announcements or confirmations at this time,” the rep told Access.
As for the car crash, the source told Access that security footage on tape shows the couple’s vehicle leaving their gated community in the early hours of the morning.
On Friday afternoon, LAPD told Access that “investigators believe that three other cars in the area were burglarized” in addition to Charlie’s, prior to the discovery of the Bentley by a photographer. Authorities noted that the alleged burglaries were not necessarily auto thefts and could also have been vandalized property. Police said the Sheen incident is still an auto theft investigation.
The Los Angeles Police Department previously told Access that the Sheen house received a call from the car’s in-vehicle security system, Tele Aid, after an alert was triggered from the car at 3:45 AM on Friday morning when the airbags were deployed. A member of the Sheen household then called authorities.
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