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Nicole Richie told friends no girls over 100lbs would be admitted to her
Memorial Day party.
'The Simple Life' star emailed pals inviting them to a party on Sunday May
28, urging them to starve themselves because there would be weighing scales
Nicole - who has been plagued by eating disorder rumors - wrote: "My fellow
Americans it's that time of year - to celebrate our country by drinking
massive amounts of beer.
"Let's stand together as one, live the American dream. Take shots, pass out,
and wake up with our pants ripped open at the seams.
"Let's glorify this day in your sluttiest tops and your tightest pair of
Tsubi jeans. Even though we have no f***ing clue what Memorial Day really
"There will be a scale at the front door. No girls over 100lbs allowed in.
Start starving yourself now. See you all then!!!"
One guest, Mischa Barton collapsed at the party and was hospitalized after
mixing alcohol with antibiotics.
The bash was held at "Masha's" house - a pseudonym for Nicole's friend Paris
However, Nicole's representative has insisted she was joking in the email
and didn't want anyone to not eat.
The rep' said: "This invitation was sent via email to her friends who
understand that she was responding in a joking manner to the constant
untruths printed about her in the media.
"Her reference to Memorial Day was in no way meant to offend anyone but was
simply an expression of her distaste for the current situation."
On her way home from the party, Nicole was involved in a minor car accident
while driving rocker boyfriend Joel Madden's BMW.
The 25-year-old - who is currently awaiting a court hearing on a charge of
DUI (driving under the influence) - stopped at a gas station on the corner
of La Cienega Boulevard and Holloway Drive in Los Angeles, where she backed
into another customer's Honda convertible.
Witnesses said Nicole was mortified and went to "hug it out" with the other
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