Andrew Christian
April 29, 2015

51/50 Hold For Brian Boulter


Life in the WeHo fastlane can surely make you lose your mind. We have to feel sorry Brian who once enjoyed the 2007 perks of bottle service with Jonathan Chang and was likely one of those who just couldn't see the ceiling collapsing. 

From enjoying the WeHo highlife to living in his car to God knows where else... this beautiful boy has suffered from addiction but also delusions of WeHo Grander.

We wish him all the best on his road to recovery so that he may one day return to the Abbey or Bryan Singer's after party born again and with his head held high. 

Seriously if you care about Brian let him know cause he looks like he's pulling a Britney 2008 and is a danger to himself.

Xoxo 
GG

19 comments :

  1. Is he about to get his stomach pumped!?!?!
    Lordt Jaysus what a mess!

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  2. Beautiful boy?
    Who or what is a Brian Boulter, anyway?

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  3. Brian has been in and out of Rehabs, Treatments, Sober Living Houses etc etc etc for the past 8 years. Can he be helped? It doesn't look like it. These treatment centers have limited resources and they should make way for people who can actually be helped, people who want to change their life. Not attention whore drug addicts who take a selfie on a hospital bed

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  4. Although this "story" could not exist if not for Brian's own lapse in judgment in publishing the event to his "friends" on facebook, it's pretty sad that an obvious cry for help is seen only as an opportunity for exploit and judgment.

    And let me get this straight, bottle service with Johnathan Chang is the benchmark of excellence we should all be striving for? Then we'll know we've made it? Well if we can achieve that how can we expect to go anywhere but down from there?

    This incident had far more to do with internal emotional turmoil than substance abuse or attention whoring, but sadly the majority of those who he might have hoped to have seen come to his bedside with this distress call were writing anonymous posts on a digital rag instead.

    Addiction is a lifelong battle for anyone afflicted by it and treatment centers aren't struggling with limited resources, they are thriving in an environment where the jail system is outrageously flooded by a conviction hungry legal system that sees lawyers and judges viewing cases as a means to keep or boost their income and not as the lives of those in front of them. But, I digress - because these concepts are all much too deep to be handled in a forum such as this one.

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    1. An obvious cry for help?
      Try an obvious cry for attention, hunty!
      And don't talk down to us, we all know the criminal justice system is fucked up, and prosecutes drug offenses harshly, but it sure helps if you're young and like this one is.

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    2. ^^^Young and WHITE like this one.

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  5. His bf is dead of a meth overdose, so that tells you something right there.
    NEXT!

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    1. His (ex)BF is in sober living, 8 months clean. Where do you get your info? Ugh, tweakers and their lies! I swear.

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    2. Blame Wehoconfidential. They posted an entire article about it (since taken down) yesterday.
      Not that anyone should be surprised by a lack of accuracy...

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    3. Being his ex BF that WEHO confidential said is dead I feel I can make an input in this. Brian being my best friend doesn't need others judgment. He needs support because that is what truly helps.

      I am not dead as WEHO Confidential posted. That was pure slander on there part. Thankfully it was removed because the fact is I am not dead, but rather I am alive and there for Brian. Because he's my friend and that's what we do. Just if there were more people that cared maybe life would be a little easier for Brian.

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    4. Honey, we are glad you're alive, seriously.
      Not everyone on here is an idiot.

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    5. I'm glad I'm alive as well. Yea I can see that not everyone is an idiot. Just look, the story about my death is gone because there are people who are not idiots.

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  6. Delusions of grandeur... not grander. Perhaps you want to run your shade through spell check...

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    1. Hunty, do you really think the writers of Weho Confidential are proficient at spelling?
      You must be new here!

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  7. Wow I barely found out about this site, I guess it was true they like to slander on people who are down. Hope he gets betters and gets the help.

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    2. Well yes they do slander people. But my friend Brian is doing far better. People that really care about him are there for him. He's a great guy.

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