Mischa Barton Paid Someone to Keep Her Sober, Still Couldn’t Keep Her From Looking Like This

Mischa Barton Shopping In Los Angeles

Mischa Barton on Marie Claire magazine cover September 2008

Back in 2009 when Mischa Barton was still holding on to the last small crumb of her relevancy, she hired a team of nurses at the cost of $90k to keep her sober, but never paid them. Which I wouldn’t have either, because it didn’t work. The nurse’s job was to keep Mischa away from an ‘unspecified substance’ before an ‘important acting gig,’ most likely the CW’s  “The Beautiful Life,” which ran for five episodes before that shit got canned. So when they say ‘important acting job’ what I think they meant was ‘the death throes of her career.’ From TMZ:

Mischa was ordered to pay Doctors’ Choice Nursing $95,000 back in 2011 for unspecified services rendered in 2009. Mischa failed to show up to court after the suit was filed, which is why a default judgment was entered against her.

The nature of the services has been a mystery for years … until this week in court, when the owner of DCN explained that the nurses were hired to keep Mischa sober. The owner did not specify which substance Mischa was allegedly abusing.

Mischa’s lawyer was in court Thursday fighting the default judgment — and grilled the owner of DCN about why she hadn’t notified Mischa of the mounting bill if the actress was the one responsible for paying it.

The owner replied that she didn’t want the stress of the mounting bill to exacerbate Mischa’s sobriety problems. The owner said it was the nurses’ job to keep Mischa sober before an important acting gig in fall 2009 … the same year she starred in the CW show, “The Beautiful Life.”

Mischa’s lawyer contends it was the actress’ mother who hired the nurses and therefore ran up the bills — so Mischa shouldn’t have to pay. The judge has yet to rule.

I have a hard time believing it cost that much money to make sure a person stays sober. How much can a sturdy chair and some rope cost?

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