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Tara Reid defends wild partying days

Washington, Sat, 17 Mar 2012 ANI

Washington, Mar 17 (ANI): Tara Reid has said that her partying past "wasn't that bad" and that she just had fun.


The 36-year-old actress insists that despite her habits, she wasn't getting into trouble.


"It was my fault, I did it ... [but] it wasn't that bad what I did," Us Magazine quoted her as telling Access Hollywood Friday.


"At the end of the day, I really [just] had fun.


"I wasn't doing crimes. I wasn't getting in trouble like that," she said.


Reid caught her big break when her movie 'American Pie' hit theatres in 1999. That same year, she told Rolling Stone, "When I go out to drink, I really drink. I black out sometimes. I don't know how I manage my life when I black out, but I still function and just keep going."


That kind of statement and the constant stream of paparazzi-captured photos of the bleary-eyed star leaving clubs late night landed her at Promises Treatment Centre in December 2008.


On March 7, Reid showed up at the 'American Reunion' premiere looking like a totally glammed-up and gorgeous version of herself, a look that fans haven't seen much of in the past years.


Still, the actress insists that she's not totally reformed just yet.


"I like to have a good time, who doesn't? I just learned to be more discreet.


"Who you keep around and what you do is very important," she added. (ANI)


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