This will be added to as more of her buds are found.
Amber is such a wonderful role model and influence on Johnny’s kids, don’t you think??? (In case you can’t tell, that’s a very sarcastic comment!)
I came across a photo of Amber with a man who I didn’t recognize, but who was identified as Markus Molinari. It’s not a recent photo and appears to be prior to when she met Johnny. The comments on the site said that Markus is a gay guy who is a jewelry designer, is best friends with Katy Perry, and who was known as one of the best friends of Lindsay Lohan during her drug days. The comments on the site also called him “Cokehead” and the “King of Coke” and referred to him as one of Hollywood’s biggest Coke dealers. The commenters also wondered whether Amber is/was involved with using cocaine. Markus is also good friends with Johnny Wujek, Katy Perry’s gay stylist who is also good friends with Amber. Both of them attended a roller skating birthday party for Johnny Wujek about 2 years ago.
Markus is also one of three co-owners of the wildly popular Hollywood nightclub called Bootsy Bellows where all of young Hollywood likes to party. He’s partied with Selena Gomez and is seen quite often with Adam Lambert at the club. They’ve also opened one in NYC and one in Aspen. David Arquette is one of the other owners, someone who has battled his own problems with addiction for years.
Here’s the photo of the two of them at a party at Union Station, with Amber doing her typical “Grrrrrrrrr” pose where she apparently thinks she looks like some sort of a wild cat. Notice that Amber is wearing a pair of black sparkly cat ears…you’ll see them again in the next video I’m going to post.
I found one of Markus Molinari’s websites which is titled “MarkusIsTheDrug” (on OnSugar.com) and features photos of him out partying in Hollywood with celebrities along with comments. There is also a page dedicated to photos of the jewelry he designs. All of the jewelry is drug-related. There is jewelry that looks like a syringe, a razor blade, a pill capsule, a “roach” clip, a spoon with crystals in it, and a small glass vial with crystals in it.
Molinari was once interviewed for StyleCaster.com and was asked this question:
10. If you could emulate the style of a fictional character, who would it be?
The Mad Hatter in “Alice In Wonderland.”
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