De-Bratting the Pratt


Is "fighting cyber crime" the new "ordered into anger management?" After learning from Spencer Pratt himself that he'd be taking a suspicious break from his duties on MTV's The Hills to pursue a career in "maintaining the technological superiority of the U.S. military" -- don't you feel safer already? -- a new report from Us says the real reason Pratt left the show was because he was ordered off by its producers. He'll be attending a six-week seminar in controlling his temper, after he threatened to kill a female staffer who asked him to do something he objected to. [Us]


  • HwoodHills says:

    From the US link: Pratt's team went back with a compromise: "the show agreed that Spencer would leave The Hills for six weeks to do anger management training once a week at home. If he completes it, he can return to the show."
    Am I the only one assuming that this "at home treatment" will have camera crews recording while Prouchebag gets put into a Figure-4 headlock by Dr. Phil? (For educational purposes only, of course.)