Kelly Cutrone's Ex-Assistant is Getting Arrested For Allegedly Stealing Money and Samples From People's Revolution

We know from watching The Hills, The City and Kell on Earth that Kelly Cutrone is pretty tough on her assistants--though as far as we know, she's never had one arrested. Until now. And she's really pleased about it.
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We know from watching The Hills, The City and Kell on Earth that Kelly Cutrone is pretty tough on her assistants--though as far as we know, she's never had one arrested. Until now. And she's really pleased about it.
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We know from watching The Hills, The City and Kell on Earth that Kelly Cutrone is pretty tough on her assistants--though as far as we know, she's never had one arrested. Until now. And she's really pleased about it. The fashion PR powerhouse/reality tv star/America's Next Top Model judge, who has clearly always been an open book, tweeted the following yesterday:

One of my old assistants is getting arrested this week for grand larceny - stealing money from People's - cannot wait - revenge is sweet

And that's not all. She also--we're pretty sure--ousted the guy who did it right after, tweeting,

@HussyChildPlz you better run cause you are going down CLOWN

And then, later,

I wonder if my former assistant will be wearing stolen clothes from our showroom when HE gets arrested & know [sic] it's not Andrew

Andrew is Andrew Mukamal, her assistant during the Kell on Earth days who now works at Seventeen, and was reportedly fired for caring too much about being on television. "HussyChildPlz" is someone named Brunson Stafford, whom we don't know much about other than that he apparently assisted Kelly Cutrone for a while and stole money and samples from People's Revolution. Also, he just had his shit put on blast.

We would not want to be in this guy's shoes; of course, we would also never steal from our employer.

We have many questions--like how much money was stolen and will the arrest be taped for reality television? We reached out to People's Revolution and will report back if we have more information. One thing's for sure, though--someone's going to have a hard time finding a job ever again.