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Tara Reid still drunk

Actress tries, fails to get photo on palmwalk.com

 published on Thursday, December 8, 2005

Perpetually drunk starlette Tara Reid celebrated her birthday at ASU where she stumbled up and down Palm Walk in a desperate cry for attention. According to onlookers, she was
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Perpetually drunk starlette Tara Reid celebrated her birthday at ASU where she stumbled up and down Palm Walk in a desperate cry for attention. According to onlookers, she was "totally tanked."
 

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Students on Palm Walk were shocked to see Hollywood actress Tara Reid, intoxicated and stumbling back and forth across the sidewalk for more than an hour Monday afternoon.

Reid was allegedly in Scottsdale over the weekend in order to celebrate her 30th birthday, sources said. Although her birthday was Nov. 12, the notorious party girl continued to celebrate into this month.

Witnesses said that Reid, wearing a shiny hot pink mini skirt and one black pointy-toed shoe, was yelling to students, "I'm the hottest girl on palmwalk.com," and was asking where she could find the photographer for the Web site.

Math sophomore Kelly Duncan said she didn't realize that Reid was a celebrity at first.

"It's not like seeing a drunken blonde at ASU is a new thing," Duncan said. "It was freakin' hilarious anyway, but to find out it was Tara Reid, whew, that was crazy."

Palmwalk.com is a Web site that was created to rate the appearance of girls based on pictures taken of them unknowingly as they strolled along Palm Walk.

Reid decided to visit the ASU campus because of its party-school reputation, her publicist said. Reid's reality show, "Taradise," was cancelled in November due to her excessive drinking and inappropriate behavior.

Students stopped to watch Reid as she tripped her way from University Drive to the Computing Commons, flailing her arms and screaming.

"I was trying to walk around her, but she just kept yelling in my face," said political science senior Timothy Donell. "I didn't understand what was going on; I thought it was a joke."

Around 3:30 p.m. ASU police arrived to deal with Reid, who took off running. Police caught up with her after she fell into the grassy lawn near the engineering building.

Although he wasn't there to see Reid, founder of palmwalk.com, Thomas McCarthy, promised to feature Reid's picture on his Web site.

"I've never had a request before," said McCarthy. "She obviously wanted to be on it badly enough, so it's my birthday present to her."



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