In a new interview with E!, Neiers says, "I didn't do anything wrong. "I thought we were going to trial and we had a great shot at this. I had been so confident because I had thought up until this point that I didn't do anything wrong."
Apparently Alexis fully planned to go to court and defend herself. Then she got the news that Orlando was planning on testifying against her. Her lawyer Jeffrey Rubenstein said, "I think the fact that Orlando Bloom [would testify], and the weight of a celeb testifying against Alexis, made us realize the odds were stacked against us. This was a last-minute decision. We were ready for trial."
Alexis added, "The table turned instantly. I knew if I went to trial my chances would be slim. I feel like I've been fighting for so long, to give up would be the hardest decision."
"No one knows my truth, no one knows my side of the story yet," she said. "I've made the decision not to release it. I made the decision that, yes, if I went to trial, that I would go there and go hard and share my truth.
Even though she insists she’s not in the wrong, Alexis apparently wants to help young people stay out of trouble. She said, "I've already made the decision. I am going back to being the real me and just trying to enjoy every day that I have, and I am not going to take anything for granted. And my goal now is to help people stay out of trouble and realize what consequences will happen out of a bad situation."
Neiers must report for jail June 24th so begin her 180-day sentence. She said, "You go into this thinking, 'I may only serve 30 percent of the time,' or whatever, but I could end up serving a full six months. I want to prepare myself mentally as best as I can."
"I'm going to walk into that courtroom with my head held high and do the right thing."
Is it just us, or did she contradict herself left and right?? We hope LA jail is a huge wake-up call for her.