Here is reason one billion and twenty-two to hate Spencer Pratt (in case anyone's keeping track) - he reportedly told a producer that he should kill her for something she suggested he do on The Hills.Â She probably asked him to shave, or stop acting like he has a vagina.Â The guy's psycho-meter is a little off.Â Didn't he also threaten to kill some of the other dorks on I'm a Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here?Â That douche-nozzle is one tantrum away from a full-blown Chris Brown.
The funniest part of the whole story is somehow a very odd rumor was circulating that he was actually leaving to fight cyber crime!Â I'll give you a second to laugh until you pee.Â Done?Â Kay.Â He probably said something about going out to fight everyone who's made fun of how ridonkulous his wife's face and body look these days after her numerous plastic surgeries, and somehow it got translated into him becoming an internet crime fighter.Â Us Magazine has the hilarious story about the rumor and his forced six-week hiatus from The Hills:
Contrary to a Monday report, the Hills star is not leaving his hit MTV show to work for the cyber security division at American Defense Enterprise, a source tells UsMagazine.com
"All of that stuff about him leaving The Hills to fight cyber crime is not true," the insider insists.
The real story? "He is leaving The Hills for 6 weeks because he was asked to."
The source explains that Pratt, 26, recently "flipped out" on the show's set after a female producer made a request to which he objected.
"He got so crazy that he screamed at [her], 'I should kill you for even asking me to do that!'" the source recounts.
I have no idea why the producers didn't kick him off all together, but apparently he's only been mandated to do anger-management training once a week from home.Â Interestingly enough, wife Heidi Montag recently announced Spencer Pratt is no longer her manager, just in time for her to get a cameo in Just Go With It (starring Adam Sandler and Jennifer Aniston).Â There's no word yet on the cameo, but I'm guessing the role called for a really lifelike-looking mannequin.