Lindsay Lohan, Audrina Partridge, and Paris Hilton -- breaking into their homes, some of them several times, and stealing millions of dollars worth of cash and jewelry.
They targeted the young, rich, and famous -- people like
Now their crimes are being played out on the big screen. Directed by Sofia Coppolla, "The Bling Ring" hit theaters on Friday. Of the seven youths involved in the burglary ring, only one -- Rachel Lee, who has been labeled as the ring leader -- has so far refused to talk about the film. But her prison coach is speaking out.
"If somebody is really trying to change their life and not looking for their 15 minutes of fame, what good does it do to talk right now?" Lee's prison coach, Wendy Feldman, told the LA Times. Lee was sentenced to four years in state prison for breaking into Partridge's home; she was released to a fire camp, where she and other inmates helped fight brush fires, after a little more than a year.
Feldman played a curious role in the aftermath of the Read More »from As "Bling Ring" Hits Theaters, Prison Coach Talks Transformation