Mischa Barton shot to celebrity status with her role on the OC. Since then Mischa has been trying to break into the movie industry with mixed results. Going the routs of Paris and Kim she has tried to be the cover for tabloids with minimal success.
Spotted out just days ago smoking a joint in her car, it comes as little surprise that Mischa Barton was arrested in West Hollywood early Thursday morning for DUI.
According to Lieutenant Honings of the West Hollywood Sheriff's office, the former star of The O.C. "was stopped at 2:46 a.m. and arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol, possession of illegal narcotics and driving without a valid license."
Feeling the luck o’ the Irish, Mischa Barton was spotted hanging out at the Merchant Hotel in Belfast, Northern Ireland. She’s in town to promote her new film “Closing the Ring,” which premieres tonight at Waterfront Hall.
In her days since playing “Marissa” on The O.C., Barton says it’s been relatively easy to leave that part of her career behind her.
Mischa Barton quit The O.C. with expectations of turning into a big movie star. But when few offers came in, many wondered whether Barton had made the wrong decision.
At the present, The O.C. is no longer and Mischa has seven films due out in the next 18 months. With this in mind, it appears that dropping her Marissa Cooper role may have not been such a bad move after all.
As part of New York City’s Fashion Week, Fashion Rocks took place last night at Radio City Music Hall. And there were plenty of performers to satisfy even the most eclectic tastes.
One of the coolest surprises of the night was when Aerosmith was performing “Walk This Way” and Fergie joined them onstage. With this song’s brilliant history of pairing Aerosmith with artists like Run DMC and Kid Rock, the performance delivered on it’s reputation.
It’s finally here… Fashion Week in New York City. And Parisian jewelry designer Van Cleef & Arpels made the most of the opening night with an event that got everyone talking.
The century-old designer (they were founded in 1906) used Fashion Week to unveil some of their one-of-a-kind pieces that were inspired by sketches from back in the day that they found in their archives.