“Oh please! Taylor is totally out for revengiosity,” said “The A-List: Dallas” cast member Phillip Willis in a voice-over on episode 9. In that instance, however, he was referring to Taylor Garrett choosing to “explore” Chase Hutchinson‘s best friend Mohammed after learning that Chase was cutting in on his man Levi Crocker. You’d think, a year later, things might have cooled off. Eh… not so much.
The shade of it all…
Sooo, Chase was busted at NorthPark Center mall in Dallas last month for stuffing a little more than his stocking, and it landed him in handcuffs. Taylor unabashedly leaked the news to the Dallas Voice who ran the story.
“Hutchison was seen taking two green scarves valued at $530 each from Barneys New York on Nov. 13 and leaving the store without paying around 8 p.m., according to a Dallas police report.
He was then arrested for a theft of more than $500 but less than $1,500, a class-A misdemeanor. He was released the next day on a $1,000 bond. His first court date is set for Dec. 18.
For the full story in the Dallas Voice — CLICK HERE. To be fair, I reached out to Taylor and Chase to see if they wanted to make a statement regarding this story and neither replied to my messages. (UPDATE DEC 9, 2012: Chase has unfriended and blocked me on Facebook and unfollowed me on Twitter since reaching out to him about his arrest.) As fans may recall, Chase and Taylor were caught up in a bit of a love triangle with season heartthrob Levi Crocker. Levi, on the other hand, never seemed to want to be tied down by anyone the entire season.
Rewinding back to the 2-episode reunion special hosted by Wendy Williams, the cast was all over Taylor, the token gay Republican of the group. According to Taylor, he was the victim of hate crimes for his political affiliation on a couple of occasions last year. The cast didn’t seem to buy his allegations. At least Taylor could take the crown for giving the best BJs, according to Levi. 😯
About “The A-List: Dallas”
“The A-List: Dallas” was the first spinoff from “The A-List: New York.” Both series were produced by True Entertainment who sought to model the new franchise after their mega reality TV hit series “The Real Housewives of Atlanta.” “The A-List: Dallas” aired for one season on Logo and “The A-List: New York” aired for three seasons. Both series were canceled earlier this year (2012).
Read all of my blog posts about “The A-List: Dallas” including red carpet footage and exclusive cast interviews — CLICK HERE.
Read all of my blog posts about “The A-List: New York” including red carpet footage and exclusive cast interviews — CLICK HERE.
- Queerty– ‘A-List: Dallas’ ‘star’ Chase Hutchinson arrested for shoplifting
- The Gaybeaner’s Corner– Former ‘A-List: Dallas’ castmember is NOT gay friendly
- HuffPost Gay Voices– Ann Coulter on ‘A List: Dallas’: Liberals would abort gay babies (video)