Heather Locklear’s Newest Meltdown Started With A Punch To Jack Wagner’s Face

January 18, 2012 / Posted by:

Heather Locklear may or may not be in rehab right now after swallowing a death cocktail of various pills & booze, and Star Magazine says she slipped into a whirlpool of woe because of a fight she had with her ex-fiance Jack Wagner. File this under: Why didn’t these hos save the fighting shit for the Melrose Place reunion in 10 years?

A few days before Heather’s overdose, she brawled with Jack on the driveway of her house in Sherman Oaks. Jack showed up to get a few things he left at her house and they immediately started arguing. Jack said some stuff about her family, Heather said some stuff about his family and all that led to him pushing her. Amanda Woodward is never the one, so she knocked him to the ground by punching him in the face. Before the cops arrived, Heather snatched up Jack’s dog, threw it into the car and drove away from the scene. And this is where a thick layer of confusion swept over me, because Star then says that Heather did talk to the cops and told them she didn’t want to press charges.

Locklear quickly fled, but not before grabbing Jack’s dog and putting it in the car.

According to Star’s source, the drama didn’t end there. The police arrived and after speaking to them both they realized the gash across Wagner’s face was caused in self defense. “Heather didn’t want to press charges, so she left.”

So Jack showed up to Heather’s house, they got into a fight, he pushed her, she punched him, she dognapped his dog, the police came a runnin’, she came back, she said she didn’t want to press charges, Jack didn’t say anything even though he got punched in the face and then she left again? Let me guess, the name of Star’s source rhymes with Feather Cocklear and they left out all the drunk burps she made while telling them her side of this mess.

Heather, slowly move your lips away from the bottle and hand it to me. I can drunkenly write incoherent gibberish for the both of us.

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