This is whatever happened to Tinsley Mortimer

Tinsley Mortimer

On Derby Eve in 2012, headline-grabbing New York socialite Tinsley Mortimer promoted her debut novel, Southern Charm, during a book tour at the Galt House’s Xhale Salon-Spa. Once the most-photographed young woman in one of the world’s most status-conscious cities, she was by then 36 years old, and starting something of a second act as a writer, after her first one — celebutante, fashion designer, reality TV star — had crashed and burned.

Now, four years later, we’re learning her second act didn’t end very well, either. Read Town & Country‘s new “Inside the Downfall of Tinsley Mortimer.”

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