All Hailey is about to break loose.
For those pointing the fickle finger of guilt over the recent ransacking of Jon Gosselin's apartment toward a certain tweet-happy octodad-dating 22-year-old, know this: It wasn't just Gosselin's pad that was broken into. It was Gosselin and Hailey Glassman's.
"FYI that apartment everyone calls Jon's apartment was my apartment as well," Glassman tweeted on Friday. "We split rent!"
So why would anyone want to ransack their own home? Beats Hailey.
"She's not a suspect. She has not been arrested," her attorney, Stephanie Ovadia, told E! News, despite rampant insinuation to the contrary. "She did nothing wrong."
Nothing except remove—and that's without the use of a demolition ball—some of her personal belongings from her formerly shared home.
"I think the moving trucks were there on Wednesday or Thursday," Ovadia said of Glassman's admitted partial emptying of the New York pad. "She did not move out until Wednesday or Thursday. She had been living there."
She had not, however, vandalized there.
Ovadia told E! News that security footage from the building will show that Glassman only removed items she owned from the apartment, including a TV set, and calls any allegations to the contrary "ridiculous."
"She only took what was hers," Ovadia said, adding that Glassman spent the "entire weekend" at her parents' home. Gosselin discovered the damage upon returning to the apartment on Saturday.
Ovadia further claims, despite reports of some rather damning comments from Gosselin's attorney, that Glassman has been nothing but cooperative over the incident.
"I can tell you that Hailey gave the police certain facts on Saturday evening. Yesterday, her mom had given certain facts to police."
And while she's all for aiding the authorities, there's one man whose life Hailey is likely loath to make easier—namely, Gosselin's finger-pointing attorney, Mark Heller, who told Radar Online that Glassman "is going to jail. It's as simple as that."
"I think Mr. Heller went too far here, saying that she's going to jail," Ovadia said. "I've never seen anything so irresponsible and I've been practicing law for 20 years. The truth of the matter is that [Heller's statement] is what's really upsetting Hailey right now."
At least Glassman can rest easy knowing her corner is not completely without its backers—even if those backers happen to be Michael Lohan and Kate Major.
"Something sounds very fishy to me," Major told E! News of the circumstances surrounding Gosselin's alleged break-in. "Jon should focus on getting his own life together and stop trying to ruin other peoples' lives."
As for Lohan, the ever-chatty former Gosselin pal told E! News that he too stands behind Glassman.
"I have come to know Hailey and I do know her attorney, Stephanie Ovadia. Stephanie is one of the most integritous people I know, and I have never known Hailey to lie."
With friends like these, who needs enemies Jon Gosselin.
—Additional reporting by Claudia Rosenbaum
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