The MacDowell crime family are as ruthless and sinister as they are bumbling and inept. On Friday, Andie MacDowell and her two notorious daughters, Margaret and Rainey Qualley, set out to bring the population of Los Angeles to its knees by flouting quarantine and sneaking into a park to walk their hellhounds, Ava Gardner and Books. The MacDowells were, of course, caught red-handed when they were photographed by Page Six leaving the scene of the crime, the Audubon Center in Debs Park. The images of the MacDowells scooting on their butts under a locked gate, wearing white pants and shirts, Andie is an oversized straw hat, would almost be comical if their crimes weren’t so heinous. As it stands, we should all just be thankful that the only victim (THIS TIME!) was the law. Well, not the “law” exactly, but a hastily printed sign taped to a gate that reads “Park Closed Until April 30. Sorry for the inconvenience.” If it’s any consolation, a subsequent attempt to cover up the crime, blew up in Andie’s face.
Trigger Warning: Graphic Details Ahead. According to Page Six:
The actresses were seen on Friday crawling out from under a large, iron gate at the Audubon Center in Debs Park that had a big red sign with white letters that said, “Entrance gate closed at 5 p.m.”
The group was casually dressed and appeared to be coming from a hike.
MacDowell, 61, had the family’s small dog on a leash as she made her way under the gate. Margaret, 25, followed behind her mother, and Rainey, 30, can be seen holding a different leash as she also snuck out.
It’s no wonder Pete Davidson decided the MacDowells were too hot to handle. Here are the GRAPHIC IMAGES of their crime spree, with Mama MacDowell handling the heavy lifting/scooting.
Andie MacDowell Denies Crawling Under A Gate After Sneaking Into Closed Public Park During California Coronavirus Lockdown.
— TruthAndSarcasm (@TruthAndSarcasm) April 21, 2020
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How low can you go? Andie MacDowell, 62, and daughters Rainey Qualley, 30, and Margaret Qualley, 25, were photographed on Friday climbing under a gate to exit the Audubon Center at Debs Park in Los Angeles. The trio reportedly went for a hike in the park even though it has been closed since April 10 (and will be until April 30) due the coronavirus pandemic — with signs posted in various places. Oopsie woopsie. 😬 Paps are everywhere, Andie! 📸 📸 📸 Per Just Jared: “Andie took to her Instagram Stories on Monday (April 20) and seemed to deny that she and her daughters were at the park. In a now-deleted post she reportedly wrote, ‘Both my girls are in Montana. They are not in LA.’ Also, Andie has deleted her Twitter account.” Photos: The Image Direct. . . . #vandypop #dailydish #popculture #pop #omg #celebrities #celebs #news #movies #film #celebritynews #entertainment #entertainmentnews #coronavirus #coronavirusnews #covid19 #park #andiemacdowell #margaretqualley #raineyqualley #paparazzi #auduboncenteratdebspark #debspark #losangeles #closed #pandemic #breakinthelaw #quarantine #quarantineandchill
The MacDowells are so notorious, even the authorities are afraid to curtail their nefarious activities.
Center director Marcos Trinidad confirmed to Page Six on Monday that the Audubon Center at Debs Park and the trails within the 282 acres of Ernest E. Debs Park are closed in compliance with LA Mayor Eric Garcetti’s “safer at home” orders.
In response to the alleged trespassing, Trinidad told us, “No one from the Audubon encountered them and we will not penalize them.”
COWARDS! Rest assured, the marauding Mama MacDowell found herself the victim of some good old fashioned tweet justice. Canoe reports that she was driven off Twitter by a posse of angry followers, and she deleted her account. Additionally (via Page Six):
On Monday, MacDowell appeared to deny claims that she and her daughters visited Debs Park over the weekend, writing in a now-deleted post on her Instagram Stories, “Both my girls are in Montana. They are not in LA.”
Nice try, Mama M! I bet if we searched her trash we’d find a wadded up white tracksuit, soiled with the blood of innocents (she probably took out a couple of ants in her posterior retreat).