12 Shocking Things Stephanie Pratt Said About Spencer & Heidi During Her Latest Podcast Episode: Heidi is After the Family Fortune, Spencer is “Dead” to Her & More!

“You guys won’t be smiling for long!”

The Hills: New Beginnings doesn’t premiere for another couple of months but cast member Stephanie Pratt is already giving fans a taste of what’s to come: lots of drama.

On this week’s episode of her “Pratt Cast” podcast, Stephanie completely unloaded about her most-recent family feud and threw a a ton of shade at her sister-in-law Heidi Montag while chatting with her podcast co-host Well Adams.

Here are 12 of the most shocking things we learned from Stephanie’s no-holds-barred episode:

Stephanie is no longer speaking to Spencer or Heidi.

After being dissed by Heidi (who allegedly shared champagne with all of the girls on ‘New Beginnings’ except for her– the horror!) during a recent cast photo shoot, Stephanie said she’s finally had enough of  Speidi.

“We are not on good terms,” she said. “We are not on speaking terms. I do not consider them my family.”

Stephanie solely blames Heidi for driving a wedge in the Pratt family.

“If it weren’t for Heidi, I would have an epic relationship with my brother, so would my parents,” she said. “But Heidi does not want my brother to be connected to my mom, dad or me.”

As to why she believes Heidi is this way toward Spencer’s family, Stephanie said it’s because Heidi “needs all of his attention.”

She also said that, despite her parents buying a house for Spencer and Heidi to live in just minutes away from their own, the family doesn’t get to see the Speidi Spawn, Gunner.

The Pratts made a pact to stand united as a family before ‘The Hills: New Beginnings’ began filming.

“Before ‘The Hills: New Beginnings,’ my mom, my brother and I all sat down and we said we will not let this ruin our family again,” Stephanie said.

When asked how long the pact lasted, Stephanie said until last week.

Stephanie only kept the peace in the past for her parents’ sake, but is now focused on her own well-being.

“That’s what I’m doing right now,” she said. “If my mom can’t handle this, that’s her issue and I cannot help her. I’m 33.”

In an effort to prevent dragging her mom further into the situation, Stephanie said she does not discuss anything work-related with her.

“But I’m also not going to pretend that Spencer and Heidi are good people like I was doing for most of the series for my parents,” she added.

Giiiiirl!

Stephanie claims Heidi has taken advantage of the Pratt family’s money.

While both Heidi and Spencer allegedly crashed in Spencer’s parents’ Santa Monica beach house for seven years, Stephanie called Heidi out for being the one with her eye on the Pratt family fortune.

“Heidi is a fake person. She says that she lives by Jesus and she’s always praying for everybody but at the same time she’s playing my parents for money, playing me against my brother and also spending all of our money.”

Stephanie did cop to using some of the family money for her own benefit, though she claimed “Heidi wants it all for herself.”

“Stay away from my inheritance, biotch!”

Spencer and Heidi are the reason Stephanie moved to London.

“The behavior that I’ve seen … I’m done,” she said. “This is why I moved to London.”

Stephanie went on to call Spencer and Heidi “the most toxic people I have ever met.”

“They are Bonnie and Clyde ’til they die. So if they say, ‘The Sky is black,’ all of us are morons for saying, ‘It’s blue.”

Stephanie also shared that she plans to “expose them for who they are.”

Heidi allegedly sought out Lauren Conrad’s friendship to become famous.

In addition to saying that she’s never liked Heidi, Stephanie said Heidi has been a calculating person since the age of 15—and she made a bold accusation to back up her claim.

“Isn’t it crazy that we just happened to meet and become friends?”
“I know…yeah, it was, um, so random!”

“Let me remind you that she was in high school watching Laguna Beach and she said, ‘I’m going to be a famous pop star, I’m going to move to San Francisco, go to FDIM, find Lauren Conrad and become famous.’ She did,” Stephanie claimed.

The Pratt family drama is not part of the show.

With the upcoming premiere of the show, podcast host Wells said it was likely for some people to assume this family drama was a part of an upcoming story line on the show, however, Stephanie denied that it was.

“No, this is me exiting my family,” she said.

Spencer and Heidi gave Spencer’s parents their word that they would be on their best behavior on the reboot.

During the podcast, Stephanie was asked if she thought Spencer and Heidi’s bad behavior is a result of the couple doing what they think makes for the best TV, but Stephanie said that isn’t the case.

“No, because they promised my parents they would not be outrageous,” she said.

Spencer’s former(?) villain reputation took a toll on his mental health.

Another reason Stephanie doesn’t believe Spencer is pulling a publicity stunt is because the bad reputation he had on the original show was “so detrimental to his mental health.” As part of Spencer’s alleged extreme paranoia in the aftermath of ‘The Hills,’ Stephanie said her brother began purchasing weapons and gaining a lot of weight.

“He would not put himself through that again,” she said.

Stephanie doesn’t anticipate a reconciliation between herself and Spencer and Heidi.

When asked by Wells how she can move forward and repair the issues in her family, Stephanie said there is no plan to resolve anything.

“I don’t. I go back to London,” she said.

Stephanie is the lowest-paid cast member on ‘The Hills: New Beginnings.’

While she did not divulge her salary, Stephanie told Wells she’s earning the least among the cast.

“Let’s just say I’m getting a fourth of what people are getting,” she said, noting that her pay is a result of her being a supporting cast member on the original show.

Stephanie optimistically told Wells that she’d be “asking for a palace” if they film a second season.

’The Hills: New Beginnings’ premieres June 24 on MTV.

RELATED STORY: MTV Releases Nostalgia-Laced Trailer for ‘The Hills: New Beginnings’

(Photos: MTV, John Shearer/Getty Images; Jeff Spicer/Getty Images; Michael Buckner/Getty Images; Instagram)

8 Comments

  1. There’s always three sides to every story. I agree, it seems like a headline grab to drum up interest for this reboot no one’s going to watch.


  2. But yet when Spencer turned Heidi against her friends and family it was okay. I do believe that Heidi would do anything for money. I might give this show a couple of episodes since I’ve seen every episode of LB and The Hills.


  3. I think the format of this show is totally wrong. The only people that are even going to care about this group are LB/The Hills viewers…aka people that really only cared about Kristen and Lauren and cared about everyone else mostly by association. The population that watched those shows is now at least 10 years older, grew up in the age of reality television and isn’t going to be fooled a second time by this scripted show. If the two MAIN CHARACTERS want nothing to do with this, the writing is on the wall. A better idea, IMO, would have been a series of “Where Are They Now” specials instead of more of the scripted crap. Maybe Lauren, Kristen and even Lo would have been interested. Would have been even better if they included some of the LBers that didn’t make it to The Hills. Boom. Done. You have TV that actual fans care about and tons of potential material, instead of something that is going to be fake, boring and probably won’t last more than a season.

    Also, I saw the Audrina and JustinBobby convo on the trailer. If you ARE going to go with the same scripted crap, at least come up with new plot lines.


  4. This show will be obviously scripted like the last so my guess is this isnt real and what Stephanie is saying is just so people will watch the show. I don’t know if there’s that much interest in this reboot like they were hoping there would be. It sucks if Stephanie is making the least since they brought Whitney back and she wasn’t on the show nearly as much as Stephanie was.


  5. Everyone already knows how fake The Hills are, so she’s pulling a Kris Jenner to get views…creating drama a few weeks before the premier so people will watch. Kind of desperate. As a matter of fact, Kris just might be behind this…she is Brody’s step mom after all.


    1. It isn’t supposed to premier till the summer time. However, I agree that the puppet strings are being pulled to gain interest. I bet we will see other cast member drop anticipating details to follow. If they build up the hype, they better deliver!

      Unlike Lindsey Lohan’s shit show! That was a snooze fest and waste of time.


      1. Lindsay’s show sucked…I could barely make it through the 1st 2 episodes. The last one I watched was where that girl got fired and called Lindsay a crack head. Lindsay is seriously a walking PSA to stay away from drugs. She had it ALL, and now look at her.

        But yea, this “feud” with Speidi and Stephanie seems so lame and staged. Kristin Cavallari did an interview with Jenny McCarthy a few weeks ago, and she said that Speidi are pretty chill this season, because they don’t want to be America’s most hated couple again…and that Stephanie’s a shit starter…so when I saw this article, I was like here we go…They’re trying to get views, and it wreaks of desperation. Kristin also said that Brody and his wife are having “problems”…so it’s only a matter of time before someone from the cast does an interview about that.

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