EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Friend Claims Arrested Johnson & Johnson Heiress Is 'Evil'

Dec. 1 2009, Published 6:12 a.m. ET

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Casey Johnson, heiress to the Johnson & Johnson fortune, was arrested Monday afternoon in Los Angeles on grand theft charges for allegedly stealing clothes, jewelry, shoes and legal documents from friend and supermodel Jasmine Lennard.

In what appears to be a twisted tale of Single White Female, Lennard tells, “Casey sends me letters and sprays them with perfume and covers them in glitter and star stickers.  It’s so pungent it stinks up my whole apartment!

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“The first thing I’m doing this morning is getting a restraining order,” Lennard tells exclusively.  “I’ve had a hell of a lot of patience and compassion for this woman and she just hasn’t treated me right.  Casey is an evil girl.  She’s going to be full of vengeance and try to attack me in any way she can.”

Johnson has been linked romantically to socialite Courtenay Semel, and it was in fact Semel who tipped Lennard off that Johnson had her stolen items.  Lennard received a text message from Semel that read, “"There's a problem, Jaz, Casey Johnson just got into bed with me and she is wearing your underwear. You need to call police. There are documents here, your shoes and your clothing -- you need to call the police."

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Lennard says Johnson has been released from jail in Van Nuys on $20,000 bail, but even while being held in the cell “she was screaming outrageous and crazy things.”  It’s not just Jasmine that’s worried about Casey being out.  “Courtenay is truly, truly terrified,” Lennard said.

Lennard believes Johnson has problems that run much deeper than her abuse of drugs and alcohol.  “Her problems are so vast, they’re not just physical.  She can barely stand up and her speech is slurred.  It’s very sad.”

Calls to Casey Johnson and Courtenay Semel’s reps were not immediately returned.



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