Paula Abdul was kidnapped!!! Not really!!!

March 4, 2011 | celebrity | editor | 0 Comments

Paula Abdul would have a nervous breakdown if it was cloudy outside, or not cloudy enough, so keep that in mind when you hear this 911 call she made during an arugument with her boyfriend while in the car.

You’d think her head was in a gullitine by the way she’s carrying on, but really is was a simple fight that was quickly resolved one hour later.

During the call – placed at 4:35 PM on Valentine’s Day — Paula cries and sobs hysterically and says, “I wanna go, and he won’t let me!”
Seconds later Paula says, “Are you gonna drop me off ’cause I have emergency on the phone” — and shortly after that she says, “He’s dropping me off.”
Officers got in touch with Paula about an hour later and she said it was just a verbal dispute.
A spokesperson for Abdul tells TMZ, “Arguments with loved ones are often times heated. After the call was made everything was worked out.”

My favorite part was when the operator asked if Paula was “at Seaward”, because at first I thought she was calling her “C word”. How bad ass would it have been if the dispatcher said, “Well stop being such a little C word. You’re acting like a cunt.”

For Paula, she actually held it together pretty well during this. Not once did she say she was being murdered. Starbucks could run out of those green plastic drink stopper things and she’d spend the next 30 minutes whining, then panicking, then curled up on the floor under the counter crying, then crying while asking “why”, and finally crying while insisting everyone is out to get her.

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