The New York State Police finally released former Wife Swap star Alicia Gustaferro’s mug shot, and it is exactly what you’d expect from a strip club manager’s estranged wife accused of prostituting herself. Overly tan and gussied up, with a sort of pleased to be getting attention face on, Gustaferro could easily use the shot for a Christmas Card in the future. You can take a look at its fierceness below…
Earlier this week, that sweet spray tan was arrested when the man she was with was pulled over on suspicion of driving under the influence. Authorities asked a few questions, and Gustaferro gave way more information than expected. Apparently, that fifty-four-year-old lawyer driving the car is a friend of her parents’ who pays her between $500 and $700 twice a month to have sex with him. The case is still pending, but since she admitted to everything so easily, it’s unlikely she’ll wind up with anything more than a prostitution conviction.
The beauty queen first rose to prominence five years ago when she appeared on Wife Swap with her parents. She insisted her family keep the Christmas tree up year round and made wild statements about how badly she felt for women who weren’t gorgeous. Americans quickly fell in love with hating her, and a few years later, she filed a lawsuit against ABC for supposedly ruining her life. If that was the network’s goal, it certainly got a lot of help from her on Monday.
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