Her attorney is handling the matter, and we expect it to be resolved shortly.
Jackie is extremely grateful to everyone who has reached out on her behalf."Original story below: Former Bravo TV personality Jackie Warner was arrested for alleged assault with a deadly weapon on a police officer on Friday, February 24, the West Hollywood Police Department confirms to Us Weekly.
JW: They're not used to a woman who has power and who's attracted to what they want. If you don't want male attention, it makes total sense you'd do everything to your dress and physicality to not be sexualized. Now, [younger lesbians] look more like Paris Hilton than Billie Jean King. I'd go four rounds in the boxing ring, then I'd lift for an hour.
Straight women like me a lot more than lesbians do. ELLE: When you dated Rebecca, the male trainers were incredibly threatened by it. We have a society in which men sexualize women, period. JW: I was in really, really good shape the first season.
"It taught me that if I didn't respect myself, no one else would respect me," she says.
"Once," she recalls, "I was sitting at lunch and got surrounded by a bunch of kids who let me have it about how ugly I was—my unibrow, the size of my nose, the fat rolling over my jeans. My mom had to pull me out and put me in another school." Michaels gained control of her weight—and her life—at age 14, when her mother signed her up for martial arts classes.
The breakup of the family took a heavy emotional toll on Michaels, one manifestation of which was weight gain.She travels the world to host her signature Training Camp and to lead massive group workouts, like one for 400 women on Ellis Island.She developed a physical education curriculum for a girls’ school in central Africa. I only eat healthy food, and I only want healthy love! In a perfect world I'd like to get to that place where I walk away from everything. "It has given me the confidence to pursue the things I love." Michaels' parents divorced when she was 12 years old. I want to turn around and be like, 'I cured smallpox. "I was a really disturbed kid," Michaels remembers. I couldn't sleep at night, every night, waiting for aliens to come. "I still try to go to therapy at least twice a week," she says.