Erin Andrews and Jarret Stoll stepped out, defying previous reports that Erin had ended it after the cocaine bust of her boyfriend. Andrews and NHL star Jarret, 32, appeared consciously coupled as Stoll joined his girlfriend at the Amazon Prime Summer Soiree in West Hollywood, reported Us Weekly.
Known as the co-host of Dancing With the Stars, Erin donned a red Cushnie et Ochs jumpsuit and Manolo Blahnik shoes. Andrews was in A-list company, because Orlando Bloom, Kris Jenner, Kendall Jenner, Dylan Penn, and Joanna Garcia Swisher were among those showing up at the soiree.
Erin didn’t devote all her time to her guy pal. Andrews also got comfy on a couch by the bar with pal Erin Foster, where they enjoyed people-watching in the popular photo booth.
It’s been three months since Jarret hit the headlines — and it wasn’t for success as a player on the L.A. Kings. Andrews was arrested with the charge of suspicion of possessing ecstasy and cocaine. Following that arrest at a Las Vegas party, Erin’s boyfriend succeeded in getting a plea deal. As a result, Stoll will team up with the Salvation Army to do community service focusing on a hockey program that provides support for at-risk children.
“Now that the case has been resolved I am committed to meeting all of my obligations to the court,” stated Jarret. “I am grateful for the chance to offer guidance and share positive life lessons to kids as part of the resolution of this matter.”
For Stoll, the arrest had the potential to end his career, reported the Daily Mail.
Erin’s boyfriend entered a guilty plea to two misdemeanor charges, breach of peace and trespassing. Andrews wouldn’t have seen him for four years if Stoll hadn’t succeeded in cutting that deal, because a conviction would have meant spending those years in a state prison.
The arrest for cocaine and MDMA (aka Molly or ecstasy) occurred at the Wet Republic pool at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas. Jarret will be working with the Salvation Army in Las Vegas.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse reports that MDMA recently has appealed to a widening group of users.
“[Ecstasy] is a synthetic, psychoactive drug that has similarities to both the stimulant amphetamine and the hallucinogen mescaline. It produces feelings of increased energy, euphoria, emotional warmth and empathy toward others, and distortions in sensory and time perception.”
As the Inquisitr reported, Gwyneth Paltrow recently confessed that she also had used ecstasy in the past.
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