According to TMZ, the person who called 9-1-1 to report Locklear, 47, was ex Us Weekly staffer Jill Ishkanian...who is currently "under investigation by the FBI."
Ishkanian, who allegedly hacked into Us Weekly's computer system to locate celebs after she left the mag, was following Locklear in the Montecito area. Ishkanian watched the actress go to a market. When Heather got in her car, Ishkanian called 911, even though the car wasn't even moving at the time.Wait, so does this mean Locklear didn't repeatedly run over a pair of sunglasses?! Cause that would suck.
Now get this -- sources say immediately after Ishkanian called 911, she called a paparazzi agency to give them the heads up Heather was about to be popped. TMZ obtained those photos, not knowing it was Ishkanian who set the ball in motion.
And it gets worse. Ishkanian apparently is the only witness who says Locklear was driving erratically and that she was drunk, even though it's already established she was not under the influence of alcohol.
Also, it kinda seems like TMZ might be sticking it to Ishkanian. I mean the cops obviously thought there were grounds for Locklear's arrest. And to this
"Ishkanian watched the actress go to a market. When Heather got in her car, Ishkanian called 911, even though the car wasn't even moving at the time."
I say, how did Locklear get to the market?
TMZ is definitely right about one thing though, Locklear wasn't drunk. No, police believe she was driving under the influence of a prescription medication/s, which is just as bad sometimes. (And come on, that glassy gaze is not the look of sober.)
Still it's all very shady, not to mention mean. Locklear's been having a rough year.
P.S. Ishkanian's 9-1-1 call is weird. She sounds way too elated to be a normal, concerned motorist. Listen to it here.