Hollywood, Interrupted, the book by Mark Ebner and Andrew Breitbart, includes a chapter about Heather Robinson, who says she used her job at AOL to purloin the screen names of celebrities and contact them. Now she's close to parlaying her invasions of privacy into a second screenwriting deal, the New York Observer reports today in a piece called "You've Got Chutzpah."
It’s a picture based on Ms. Robinson’s experiences. She’s calling it E-Girl.
"It’s going to be more a take on how these celebrities and politicians helped me. Mark [Ebner]’s chapter was more of a darker version," said the 25-year-old Ms. Robinson with a staccato laugh. "This one is going to be more lighthearted," she added, "showing how I went from a customer-service rep at AOL to selling a screenplay and now producing my first screenplay"...
Ms. Robinson’s online persona seemed to be one part ingenue, one part confidante and one part Coyote Ugly barmaid. She went by the screen name HooterR. Her member profile, which can still be found on AOL, identifies her as a single wine-lover splitting her time between Tucson, Ariz., and Santa Monica, Calif. And her personal quote—of her own making—sounds like the slogan from an old 70’s T-shirt: "God Created Women with Breasts to Hold Beer." Under the "personal gadgets" entry, she wrote, "I can’t mention my ‘gadgets’ here … oh but I love em."