Reality starlet pleads to burglarizing Bloom house
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A reality TV starlet accused of burglarizing Orlando Bloom's house has pleaded no contest to felony burglary.
Alexis Neiers entered the plea Monday in Los Angeles shortly before her trial was slated to begin. Bloom, star of the "Pirates of the Caribbean" and "Lord of the Rings" films, had been expected to testify.
As part of the deal, Neiers will be sentenced to two years of formal probation and 180 days in county jail. She also agrees to stay away from Bloom and his home.
Neiers is an aspiring model who along with her family has been the subject of the E! Entertainment Television reality show "Pretty Wild." She is among six people accused of targeting celebrities' homes and stealing millions in jewelry, clothing and other luxury goods.
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