Alexis Neiers: Where is she now standing?

Alexis Neiers: Where is she now standing? ...

The infamous news story about a group of teenagers who stole from celebrity homes took over the world by storm in 2009, but the subsequent media portrayal apparently wasn't entirely accurate. The Bling Ring embodies this desire to live a life of fame, and the real Bling Ring: Hollywood Heist fills these gaps now through exclusive interviews.

Alexis Neiers: who is she?

Alexis Neiers, a Playboy model turned actress, reportedly fell in love with the entertainment industry while growing up. She remained adamant (or agreed on her mother's request) to give a career in the spotlight a try. According to the docuseries, she was just 16 when Andrea took her to downtown Los Angeles to get a fake ID.

Alexis' professional ambitions included a big part of her party lifestyle, alcohol consumption, and drug addiction, according to the Netflix production. She soon landed a reality show alongside her family — E! Network's 'Pretty Wild,' only to be arrested for her role in the pilot episode. Nonetheless, the season continued, chronicling not just the legal proceedings but also how Alexis, as well as her sisters, were raised, and her continued professional career.

What happened to Alexis Neiers today?

Alexis was sentenced to 180 days in jail, plus three years probation, for a single count of residential burglary in May 2010, making it clear she was not the ring leader. He was even ordered to pay $600,000 in restitution to her target, actor Orlando Bloom, who was convicted of a home robbery in May 2010 (on July 23, 2010).

Alexis was arrested again in December 2010 for felony possession of a controlled substance as well as misdemeanor possession of a smoking device, which resulted in her being sentenced to a total of 11 years in jail.

Alexis met Evan Haines, the co-founder of Oro House Recovery Centers in Malibu, when she was serving her stint at the SOBA Recovery Center in April 2012. The couple wed in a small, private ceremony in Mexico around a year later, in April 2012, before welcoming two daughters into their world: Harper (2013) and Dakota (2016). They both want their children to “be friends.”

Alexis and Evan have since broken up for the rest of their lives. According to US Weekly, their separation on April 1, 2022, was a great success, and we are now co-parenting extremely well. “I don't think neither of us intended to get divorcing or to separate, but it's just the way things ended up..”

Alexis and her mother, Andrea Arlington, have fought to maintain a healthy, peaceful bond over the years. They even run the Life Reset Course together to help others become unique connections, heal, and ultimately be the best version of themselves.

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