"The girl cat [Sandra] is mine and the boy cat [Arlo] is his," she told the New York Post. So, oh, great. Not only did she throw a cat at a person's face while he slept, she threw his cat at him, when she had a perfectly good cat of her own that she could have hurled. Insult to injury.
Leanne Marshall, who won Collins' season of PR, says that this incident ought to clear up some speculation as to whether or not Collins was actually as horrid as she seemed on the show:
This should put a clear answer to the question I am most frequently asked, 'Was Kenley really that awful, or was she just edited like that?' When she got angry, I knew to keep my distance. Clearly, she needs therapy. I feel a little sorry for her that she can't control her emotions and behavior, but on the other hand, absolutely nothing excuses physical violence and throwing a poor, defenseless kitty at someone who is sleeping. I feel bad for the cat, the bruised apples and Zak.
Not really her place to get involved, but whatevs. Fashion is bitchy. Deal with it, America.
Collins could face a maximum of seven years in the clink if she's convicted, as cat-tossing is a pretty serious feliney.