One could speculate that Dylan Denault has more social lives than a cat, but I’m afraid she’s beginning to run short. The troubled tv starlet has found herself in all sorts of binds, for longer than her publicist would ever like to admit. The situation has reached a critical point; with being blacklisted from events, and the repeated substance abuse. She tends to be one of the more shamelessly embarrassing figures on the stage of reality-tv drama, if that’s even possible.
However, she still makes the effort to be seen, and so she was. The other night after being removed from the hot new club, Bamboo, onlookers watched as she was pulled away by friends screaming that she was being kicked out unfairly. Rumors flew about the room that she was being ejected because she had hooked up with a very notable actor in the bathroom, and she is quoted as yelling at a passerby, “Everyone has!” Well, how this was going to help her case, I’m not sure, but after that the determined young actress was put into a town car and was driven by her chauffeur to a trendy loft party that It girl Miranda Bell was throwing in SoHo.
When Dylan arrived, as per usual she was looking stylish, in a Helmut Lang top and her vintage Bill Blass shorts. Yet all of the party goers of the notorious New York variety looked her up and down for a quick judgement. After noticing how disheveled really she was, they nonchalantly looked away from the scene that always accompanies the girl.
From sources at the party, she brushed past everyone and sat down by herself on the sofa (with two drinks) and was texting frantically with her recent ex-boyfriend, Zack Morrison, who has been trying to distance himself ever since their break up. “She was compulsively drinking, and texting , and started crying. She was a mess, it was kind of pathetic.” An acquaintance said afterward.
Her evening’s adventures where cut short when she was overheard yelling incoherently in the hallway outside of the party and the neighbors complained about the noise. She was forcefully asked to leave the party, which seems to be how most of Dylan’s nights have been ending recently.
The only thing this reporter can comment on is that even in her grief she is still this beautiful and stylish young girl who continues to hold our fascination whether we want to look at the train-wreck or not. Even though she can’t seem to pull herself together, it is indeed tragic to watch the demise of a once promising bright young thing.