The Bling Ring True Story
The film “Bling Ring” is based on a true story that was first published in Vanity Fair. A group of teenage thieves called the Bling Ring stole a Sig Sauer.380 semi-automatic handgun in August 2009. It is thought that the thieves were chasing Megan Fox, a live-in girlfriend of Brian Austin Green. According to Nick Prugo, the crew’s accomplice, Rachel Lee, wanted to steal the gun because it was a designer handgun. During the filming, Megan Fox allowed the gang to stay in her house.
The film was inspired by a real-life event that occurred in Los Angeles. In 2005, the Bling Ring was convicted of robbing the home of celebrities Audrina Patridge and Lindsay Lohan. The teen robbers were caught on surveillance cameras outside of Patridge’s Spanish-style house. TMZ published the video of the arrest. The film’s cast and crew were arrested after tips started pouring in. The police arrested two members of the Bling Ring after they were overheard bragging about their crimes at a party.
The Bling Ring true story features Rebecca Chang’s character, Rachel Lee. The character was obsessed with celebrity and Lindsay Lohan. She wanted to live the lifestyle of a famous person. She was named “Best Dressed” in the yearbook and drove a white Audi A4 to school. Her quest to live like a celebrity ended when she was fined and put on probation. The Bling Ring movie is a harrowing, thrilling true story of what happened behind the scenes.