First of all, I thought Brielle just got a gun for her 21st birthday because she had moved out on her own. Perhaps that hasn’t really happened. Because this morning, Kim claims that Brielle’s purse was stolen out of her car while parked at the Biermann family home.
Brielle is being dragged on Twitter for leaving her purse in the car. Who does that? I might leave my purse in the car if I am going to dash back into the house to grab something I forgot and even then I’m a bit anxious about it. Women carry handbags for a reason. We need the stuff that is in them with us. Hell, I usually have an emergency Xanax in mine (though I didn’t on Saturday when I went to buy the couch and I thought I might need it, I need to double-check that.) Your pocketbook as we like to call them in the south just to annoy some people is like a part of your body. Why would you leave all of your identification, credit cards, cash, lipstick and emergency feminine hygiene products in the car? Not to mention, she probably has a very expensive handbag. I’m not saying it is stupid like the rest of Twitter, I’m saying it is completely unbelievable to me. I cannot wrap my mind around it.
But Kim says she has the break-in on her security video. And Kim would never lie about such a thing. So there’s that.
Now on Twitter, Brielle is saying that the thief spent $10K on her Bloomingdales card and another $10K on her Neiman Marcus card. Well that is interesting. First of all, when did Lennox get a Bloomingdales? I need to get out more. I hope it is not in place of the Macy*s because that Macy*s had a high-end fat department and not that many fat people shop at Lennox so there were always good deals on clearance.
I digress. One time in Vegas I went drunk shopping at Tiffany and bought a bracelet that was just over $4K. It’s not as impulse as it sounds. I’d planned on buying myself something major in the sober days before going. It did turn out to be a bit more than I expected, but the thing about being a hermit is that you don’t spend money if you don’t leave the house. This was before all the Internet shopping was a thing boys and girls. I’m old. So anyway, it was a girls trip and one of the girls on the trip was there flipping out and the sales clerk came back with a phone so that I could have a word with American Express. My limit at the time was around 20K and there was nothing on the card. They flagged it as unusual behavior because I don’t normally spend $4K on a single purchase, nor do I shop in Vegas. So after they asked me a few questions to be sure that my card was not stolen, I was the proud owner of a very large Tiffany bangle.
My point in telling this story is that one would think someone wandering into Bloomingdales and Neiman’s making a $10K purchase might require at least a photo ID or a signature match or something.
I’m just saying.