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LOS ANGELES, CA - MARCH 11: Actor Justin Bobby arrives at the Star Magazine's First Annual Young Hollywood Issue at the Apple Lounge on March 11, 2009 in Los Angeles, California.
Now, five years after The Hills, Justin Bobby Brescia is setting the record straight on the show that made him famous and his and Audrina's 'genuine loving' relationship that definitely was not 'scripted.' Bad boy rap: Justin Bobby Brescia - pictured in 2009 - was the guy who broke Audrina Patridge's heart over and over again on The Hills but now he's setting the record straight on their relationship and a lot of other things Friends: Justin Bobby, pictured with his former love on the MTV reality show, told Us Weekly, 'I was always a friend to her from the get-go and there for her as a friend...
Heidi chose her relationship with Spencer over her friendship with LC (she never learned from Kelly Taylor to always choose yourself).
Heidi stood with Spencer as he spread sex-tape rumors about her former friend, and Spencer stood with Heidi as she got more plastic surgery than Joan Rivers.
They were the runner-ups on the British version of , she made LC feel at home in the Hollywood Hills. Stephanie Pratt Then: Caught in the middle of the feud of Speidi vs. While Stephanie was family to Spencer and Heidi, she slowly became really good friends with LC, much to Speidi's ire and straining her relationships across the board. LC's arch nemesis, Kristin soon attracted the wrath of other cast mates, going so far as to steal Justin Bobby from Audrina.
And when things turned sour between LC and Audrina, LC was right there to pick up the friendship pieces. Lo launched her own website The Lo Down in 2010 and recently co-founded the party-supply company Revelry House. Now: Kristin has managed to shed her bitchy persona.
It originally chronicled the lives of Lauren Conrad, who appeared on its predecessor, her housemate Heidi Montag, and friends Audrina Patridge and Whitney Port.
In 2007, Brescia resumed an on-again/off-again relationship with Patridge, which became a central focus of the series since its third season, and was carried through each subsequent season.
But when Us Weekly editor Rachel Mc Rady sat down with Justin Bobby Brescia in an East Village coffee shop on a freezing New York City day, he was much friendlier and more animated in person than his reality TV, metaphor-spouting persona of years past.