Leighton Meester’s Mother Accused Of Making Death Threats

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They say life imitates art, but what happens when your mom starts imitating the darkest piece of art you’ve ever made? In a scene out of the The Roommate if The Roommate had actually been scary, Leighton Meester’s mother is accused of making death threats. An L.A. judge granted Laurel Wigg a temporary restraining order against Constance Meester after the elder Meester menaced Wigg and her son. According to the filing, Leighton’s mom threatened to “hunt down and kill” the pair on January 21. Wigg claims Constance “is an addict and has made a threat to kill” and “to f–k us up,” in addition to leaving an additional threatening voice mail on the victim’s phone. See, after we saw Leighton playing a creepy stalker, we just wanted our money back. We didn’t take it as life-coaching advice.

Mrs. Meester has run into trouble with the law before, include a drug smuggling conviction that earned her 10 years in federal prison during which Leighton was born in jail. According to the New York Daily News, Meester and Wigg are “friends” and their “children go to the same school,” which would seem to indicate either Leighton’s older brother Douglas or younger brother Lex. We bet Roommate screenwriter Sonny Mallhi is kicking himself now for missing out on these terrifying gems. Well, there’s always always the sequel. Hopefully not for Laurel Wigg, though…