Twitter @meili_cady

Self-portrait taken on my last Saturday night on house arrest!

Hey guys!  For anyone who would like to follow me further through this twisted saga, you can follow me on Twitter @meili_cady (You can click on the “follow me” black stripe thing with the bird on it to your right about three inches!)

For those of you who are visiting my blog for the first time, welcome!  Keep reading if you’re interested!  If you are currently on the home confinement program, you might be able to relate to some of my experiences here.  From attempting to squeeze into boots around an ankle bracelet, to witnessing masturbating neighbors staring down at me as I’m sequestered in the only sunlight of my tiny backyard patio, to racing the clock during Earned Leave and the constant milieu of probation’s supervision– this is what life was like during my year of house arrest.  To those of you who are not on house arrest, but are sick enough to want to know what it’s like, feel free to read on as well!

I’ll also be sharing info via Twitter regarding the upcoming release of my memoir based on these events.  The book will be released by It Books, a division of HarperCollins Publishers.

Thanks again for stopping by!



27 thoughts on “Twitter @meili_cady

  1. Wow I just watched your show on the ID channel…so sorry you went through what you did, all I can say is finding good friends in LA is nearly impossible and the friends you do find don’t seem to last long. Now that you are free I hope you never have to go through that again for a supposed job and/or friend.

    -CA friend

  2. I saw your story on ID, and can’t believe you had to go through all of that mess with that “friend” of yours. I guess it’s hard finding friends over there, although I have no idea since i’m all the way on the other coast of the US, lol

    I’ve been looking through some of the stories, and I just wish I was following sooner, you have a wonderful blog here, and now that i’m following your blog, and following you on twitter, i definitely look forward to seeing and reading more from you 🙂

  3. I am not under house arrest, however I saw your story the other night on the ID channel. I looked you up because I felt for you and what she put you through. Does that make me sick? lol. Just some compassion sent your way. I wish you much happiness in your next chapter of your life and continue redding your sorry

  4. Hey there! I just finished watching an episode on ID that portrayed your story. I just wanted to let you know I stopped by, because I found your story interesting. Hope things are going better for you now.

  5. Hi Meili. Nice to meet ya. 🙂 Just caught your story on “Who the Bleep”. I too was bullied as a child (well, I wet the bed until I was 14- you do the math!) and I can relate to feeling like the bullied kid, depite an adult status. It’s good to know the police saw your sincere heart shining through the walls of BS that surrounded you. I too have been through an incredible, and unbelievable ordeal in my life. Remember, it’s the chisel’s strikes that give you your shine in the long run. 😉 (Even so, she was a real piece of work, wasn’t she?! Wow…) Glad to see you made it through to the other side. 🙂 Take care. xox -Birgitta

  6. Hey just watched your story on I’D n wanted to say u r very strong to get thru that and I wish u the best ps u look amazing. ;

  7. Hi Meili. Just got through watching your story on Frenemies. I’m a blogger (fashion) but raced to your blog when you mentioned it in your story. What an awful story. I definitely felt how genuine you were in sharing your story. So sorry for such a terrible time in your life. Wished I found your blog sooner. . And I wish you all the best in your new chapter and with your book.

    Will you keep blogging?

  8. I just saw your story on who the bleep, wow, I realize you have been off the monitor for awhile now but still must feel amazing. Just the ability to go out to 7/11 or pick-up a pizza, things we all take for granted. I assume you were able to have people in? If so that must have been a break in the monotony. I will peruse the site some more and hope you have kept current, at least for awhile. I bet if you had a dog it’s happy it can go outside and pee now 🙂

    Also, black boots are awesome, when you ordered online did you ever ask what do you have that goes with “prison monitor black” 🙂 just kidding. I truly think you are much stronger than you believed you were prior to this lousy situation, you say you were bullied, and obviously you were, but after surviving everything you went through and to come out this side as you seem to, I commend you on your strength. I’m sure there were days you cried not believing the situation, anyone would, but what counts was not day 45 of confinement what counts is day 1 of the rest of your life and I think you will do amazing things, be well and stay strong.

  9. Like everyone else, I saw you on ID and wanted to say that I was new to Hollywood and thankfully saw through all of the fakes and people trying to use me. There are so many leeches, vultures and snakes here in LA. Sorry you got mixed up with one.

  10. Hey boo sorry that you got caught and hope you can somehow get that felony off your record because that is BS they shouldn’t have charged you. You were trapped and your back was against the wall. The cops don’t know how life is in these streets, it’s not like they was going to protect you if you would of snitched when you first found out that Ms. Lee was pushing weight. Double edge sword foreal. Well glad you made it through the madness though.

  11. Your life experience is incredibly compelling and your blog is very insightful; such an interesting read.

    Congratulations on ending your house arrest. I can imagine it was an awesome moment when taking off that “little bastard” and experiencing the amazement of freedom from confines.

    Best of luck in all your future endeavors.

  12. I just saw your story on TV. That’s crazy. I guess being on house arrest was better then the real slammer. Well I hope things are working out for you. I just wanted to say hi and wish you luck.

  13. I also saw your story on id that was a life changing huh u went for all her b.s. hook line and sinker at least you learned a very valuable lesson…and got out of it by the skin of your teeth.

  14. Hi Meili, recently just saw a program with your story on investigation discovery (ID) and it really is amazing how someone you trust can betray you like that.
    I send you many kisses and I hope you achieve your goals inthe life.

  15. Hi, I just watched the program they made about you.., Its very interesting how some one you think you knew and found friendship with can betray and do such things to another!. I do feel sorry for you!
    But you can think of it like this!
    You can learn from it and move forward and start a clean and happy life now 🙂 It is your life to make and the world is yours to in joy in the way you want too now.
    Hope this helps you.
    Take care and all the best to you Meili.
    Your friend from far away in New Zealand

  16. Hola Meilli.
    Soy un chico de Argentina y vi recientemente tu historia a través de un canal de cable.
    Te quería agradecer por tu iniciativa para concientizar a la gente en estas épocas a donde todo el mundo usa las redes sociales y donde uno puede ser lo que uno quiera mientras la opersona del otro lado no sabe nada de su vida pasada.

    Me alegro que ya se haya cumplido tu arresto domiciliario y deseo que sea una vida de éxitos.

    Un cálido abrazo.


  17. Hi there. I was recently put on nine months house arrest, and started out looking for ways to keep the monitor from continually bruising my ankle. Instead, I stumbled across your blog and enjoyed an hour of commiseration. Thank you for sharing your experience. It is truly appreciated.

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