Stealing Hollywood: The True Story of the Teen Burglars Known As the Bling Ringby Tim Huddleston
For seven young adults, it wasn't enough to be the
Twitter. Facebook. Instagram. They are curious things when Hollywood is involved. They feed into our voyeuristic tendencies and let us befriend people who never actually know us. Through them we don't just know a celebrity-we become their friend. We know what they wear. Where they eat. What TV shows they like.
For seven young adults, it wasn't enough to be the social networking friends of a celebrity. They wanted to know what it was like to be the celebrity. And for a one-year period they stole a piece of Hollywood.
Their story is more than a poor person who desired. Their story is about spoiled kids who did have it all...but they wanted more.
They were the Bonnie and Clyde of Generation Adderall. Young, spoiled, and reckless. Collectively they were known as "The Bling Ring." This is the incredibly true story of how they stole Hollywood.
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It is more a summary of what happened than an in depth look.
The story is so interesting and incredibly hard to believe how easy things were for them
Short but sweet.