Former reality star Kristin Cavallari already blew the lid off one of Hollywood's worst kept secrets, when she admitted MTV's "The Hills" was "pretty fake," and now she's coming clean about more of the show's more scandalous story lines.
In an E! special about Cavallari, she reveals that she was living a double life:
"I had the public Kristin and then I had the real me," she told E! host Giuliana Rancic, adding that her co-stars were encouraged to lie about her alleged drug use, which was a plot point in the show's last season.
The 26-year-old new mom even claimed that one producer attempted to bribe her co-stars with $10,000 Birkin bags to fabricate stories about her drug problem.
"I felt so used. And I realized at that moment that I didn't matter. None of us mattered. It was all about ratings," she explained.
While Cavallari was fine to pretend to fight with her cast mates, she drew the line at the drug allegations, and immediately denied the allegations, pointing out how stories of her drug use conveniently coincided with the season premiere of "The Hills" at the time.
In an interview on the “Valentine In The Morning” radio show in May 2010, Cavallari admitted to having tried cocaine in high school, but says she doesn't doesn't use it anymore, calling it a "shady, disgusting drug.”
Previously, Cavallari admitted that the reality show didn't convey much reality at all. "Fake relationships, fake fights," she told Andy Cohen on "Watch What Happens Live." "It was fun, 'cause you're acting. And that was more fun for me."