‘The Hills’ Family Feud: Spencer Pratt Has Not Spoken to Sister in Months

by | April 6, 2010 at 7:51 AM | RealityTV, The Hills, TV News

Stephanie Pratt/Spencer Pratt/Heidi Montag (MTV)

Stephanie Pratt/Spencer Pratt/Heidi Montag (MTV)

In an exclusive interview with Fancast.com, Stephanie Pratt reveals that she has not spoken to her brother Spencer or his wife Heidi Montag in nearly seven months.

“I haven’t talked to Heidi or Spencer since September,” ‘The Hills‘ star admits. “I feel so dumb not to know what’s going on with my family.  But they’ve decided they don’t want me in their life, so I don’t know what’s going on with them.”

Speidi have cemented their reputation as reality television’s love-to-hate couple  over the past few months when Heidi underwent ten cosmetic surgical procedures, rendering herself virtually unrecognizable with Spencer’s support.  Meanwhile, Stephanie had a scandal of her own when she was arrested for a DUI in October 2009.  Apparently, the siblings have not had any contact with each other during these life-altering experiences.

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Stephanie professes to have no idea why her brother has decided he does not want to have a relationship with her. “It’s sad.  I’m kind of mourning the loss of him.  But that’s his choice,” she says.  In fact, Stephanie claims that Spencer has turned his back on a lot of people who care about him. “He cut a lot of his friends out.  I don’t know what’s going on with him.”

‘The Hills’ New Season: Drama, Meltdowns, Interventions

With the show’s final season set to premiere on April 27th, it looks like Speidi will not be sharing scenes with Stephanie.  Previews show the couple contemplating divorce.  Perhaps the pair’s strange behavior can be explained by their marital problems.   Or maybe this is all another attempt for the duo to generate publicity for themselves.

Whatever the reason, it looks like ‘The Hills’ final season may be its most dramatic.  Unlike prior seasons which ignored the cast’s tabloid antics — pretending, for example, that Lauren Conrad was a lowly fashion intern while in the real world she was launching her own clothing line — Stephanie promises that this time the reality show will actually reflect reality.  “‘The Hills’ really is different this season because we didn’t keep what we normally would hide [off camera.]  We show everything that we’re going through.  We’re not showing our other jobs that we do besides ‘The Hills,’ but every emotional thing like the rumors that Kristin dealt with, my DUI, Heidi’s surgery.  The Hills is very real this season.”

Watch a preview of the new season of ‘The Hills’: