EXCLUSIVE VIDEO INTERVIEW: Tila Tequila Slams Casey's Family; Says They Wanted To Put Dog To Sleep
In an explosive and tearful new video interview, reality TV star Tila Tequila told RadarOnline.com exclusively that she believed Casey’s family wanted to put her dog to sleep. “I wasn’t lying about that,” Tila said. “Bijou (Phillips) and Nicky (Hilton) both told me they needed the dog because the family’s wish was to put the dog out so they can bury the dog with Casey.” Tila allowed them to take the dog only after Hilton assured them the dog would not be put down.
With heartbreaking emotion, Tila said that she knew her “wifey” would not want her dog put down with her. “Casey would never want that. The dog was our family.”
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Saving her wrath for Casey’s family, Tila then lashed out at the Johnson & Johnson heiress’ mother, making an incredible claim: “She despises her family because her mother kidnapped her daughter.” Casey’s mother Sale has had custody of her daughter Ava Monroe since 2008.
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Tila said she and her fiancé planned to go and get her daughter back because the separation was devastating for Casey. “Every single night she would cry and say I just want my daughter back.”
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With harsh words for Casey’s mother, Tila told RadarOnline.com how she felt about the “tough love” Casey’s family was using against her. “For a mother to not only abandon her daughter but to take away her daughter’s daughter and not allow to see nor speak to her? I don’t know. I don’t call that tough love. You’re driving your daughter to the grave.”
Johnson was discovered dead at her Los Angeles home on Monday January 4th. As RadarOnline.com exclusively revealed, Tila believes her beloved "wifey" died from a prescription drugs overdose.
The official cause of death has yet to be ruled, pending toxicology results.