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Wonderwall Logo By Megan Riedlinger of Wonderwall | Slide 2 of 43: On May 4, 2021, "Vanderpump Rules" star Lala Kent released "Give Them Lala" -- a book of personal essays about everything from her road to reality TV fame to her sobriety to her up-and-down relationship with her fiancé, movie and TV producer Randall Emmett. One of the revelations from her book that made headlines involves something terrible she did to the man she loves: Lala wrote about how she once stuck Randall's toothbrush up where the sun don't shine during a period when she was trying to rope him into arguments, before she got sober, Page Six reported. Lala wrote that she engaged in the disgusting behavior during a trip to Miami while in an "alcoholic fog" and that right before she abused his toothbrush, she threw Randall's clothing, shoes and toiletries into a pool. She then laughed at him when she saw him brushing his teeth with it later. "I'm sad to say that was not my lowest point," she wrote.

On May 4, 2021, "Vanderpump Rules" star Lala Kent released "Give Them Lala" -- a book of personal essays about everything from her road to reality TV fame to her sobriety to her up-and-down relationship with her fiancé, movie and TV producer Randall Emmett. One of the revelations from her book that made headlines involves something terrible she did to the man she loves: Lala wrote about how she once stuck Randall's toothbrush up where the sun don't shine during a period when she was trying to rope him into arguments, before she got sober, Page Six reported. Lala wrote that she engaged in the disgusting behavior during a trip to Miami while in an "alcoholic fog" and that right before she abused his toothbrush, she threw Randall's clothing, shoes and toiletries into a pool. She then laughed at him when she saw him brushing his teeth with it later. "I'm sad to say that was not my lowest point," she wrote.

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