Misconduct Lands 'America's Next Top Model' Cycle 5 Contestant Behind Bars
There's a thin line between spunky and over-reacting to granola bar theft.  If you remember the temper of Brittany "Bre" Scullark on America's Next Top Model Cycle 5, you probably won't be surprised about her recent brush with the law.

According to TMZ, the famed contestant on the hit reality television series was arrested in New York City a couple of weeks ago for her disorderly conduct.  She supposedly lost control at a local Starbucks establishment, when a woman accused her of stealing her laptop.

The report goes on to say that Bre Scullark was at the coffee shop and simply picked up a computer that wasn't hers.  She thought it belonged to a family member but was mistaken.  The lady then confronted her about it and asked her to return the device.  Unfortunately for her, the America's Next Top Model semi-finalist didn't hand it over easily.

Bre started cussing the woman out, insulting the stranger and insisting that the laptop was owned by a relative.  Why they just didn't check the files in the PC to settle it, I don't know.  The police were soon called and she was taken into custody, then issued a court summons.  She may need to use her Top Model charm when she appears in front of a judge soon.

This isn't the first time we've witnessed a display of Bre Scullark's unruly behavior.  As I mentioned earlier, the still-unsolved granola bar incident is probably listed in the Top Model history books.  Back when she was competing in Cycle 5, she got involved in an argument with fellow contestant Nicole Linkletter (who ended up winning, btw).

Bre accused Nicole of stealing her granola bar, fuming because she didn't want anyone taking her food.  To retaliate, the aggravated Scullark poured her enemy's energy drinks down the drain to dispose of them.  The only way they reconciled was when Tyra paired them up together on a shoot in London.

While there's still no date on her court appearance, Bre might need to get herself enrolled in an anger management class.  This is simply taking fierce too seriously.

-Maria Gonzalez, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: TMZ
(Image Courtesy of The CW)