November 12, 2010 | 1:29pm
Mickey Mouse is one shady rat. We think he's running a cocaine operation under our bleeding noses and using hot Disney employees--both current and former--to run around Hollywood and make booger sugar look cool.
OK, so maybe Mickey's not responsible, but nevertheless, we found three skinny broads with an affinity for late night partying with Disney dollars. Each of the following actors has worked for the evil empire at some point and each, allegedly, is believed to have tangoed with the white powder.
Disney Connection: Acted in Disney Channel's As the Bell Rings, Camp Rock, and Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam, among others. She also dated Joe Jonas.
: According to some college bro from Texas, Lovato does blow "like a pro." Brian Payne, a Texas college student told Life and Style Magazine
that he saw the Disney actress "doing line after line" almost a year ago at a house party following a Neon Indian show in Dallas. She was 17 years old at the time.
Where Is She Now? In rehab for "physical and emotional issues," including cutting and an eating disorder, according to her reps. But the drug claims, they're denying those.
Disney Connection: Acted in Disney's Parent Trap, Herbie: Fully Loaded, and Freaky Friday. She's their go-to remake girl.
Cocaine Connection: She's been arrested for driving under the influence and possession of cocaine, served 90 days in jail, and admits she's taken several whacks in her short lifetime.
Where Is She Now
? She's probably doing blow.
Disney Connection: The whacked-out celebrity train wreck got her start on Disney's The Mickey Mouse Club...M-I-C, K-E-Y, M-O-U-S-E.
Eh, we're not sure if Spears actually gets down with the white lady, but a few years ago, Spears's ex-husband, Jason Alexander (not that one), told the UK's Sunday Mirror
, "We used ecstasy at night to party, and cocaine during the day to stay awake." And in 2007, she checked herself into rehab.
Where Is She Now? On Tuesday, Adam Leber, Spears's manager, tweeted that the once relevant pop star was in the studio recording music. Like crack, we're hoping it rocks.