Courtney Stodden and husband Doug Hutchison are fighting back after being bounced from a Santa Clara pumpkin patch last weekend after attendees complained about the behavior of the couple. Stodden, 17, was wearing super short shorts and a plaid shirt that showed off her belly at the event which she attended with her hubby, actor Doug Hutchison, 51.
In a sneak preview of an an upcoming interview with Dr. Drew’s “Lifechangers,” Stodden is seen in a low-cut pink dress and seems to be fidgeting and slurring her words as she and her husband explained just what went down at the pumpkin patch. “We went to pick out pumpkins the other day and Courtney was dressed as you saw her in sort of the Daisy Duke like thing,” Hutchison said. He went on to say that they “even overheard a dad say to his little girl ‘oh look honey, they have a pumpkin patch girl this year,” as Courtney chirped “The dads loved it!” “A lot of the kids thought that she was like this pumpkin patch princess,’ Doug told Dr. Drew for a show to be broadcast on November 7th. But the parents weren’t amused. “There was a handful of concerned moms who went to the owners and said ‘get her out’ so we were escorted out.” Doug said. For her part, Courtney said she wasn’t the only one showing skin, contending that several moms had “their cleavage was hanging out quit a bit.”
Earlier this week Stodden referred to the incident on her Twitter page, writing: “Have a beautifully blessed Sunday! “Do not judge by appearances, but judge with right judgment.” John 7:24?. And prior to the outing she gave a preview of what fellow pumpkin patchers were in for, tweeting, “ready to hit the hot & heavy hay this afternoon in preparation for Halloween – YEEHAW! XOs, Love, Your All American Girl
The incident comes one week after Stodden was tossed from but later reinstated on Facebook for posting photos that were deemed “inappropriate sexual content,” according to her mother, Krista Keller. Stodden’s personal page and her fan pages were deleted from the social network.
“It’s the jealousy from the women towards her,” Keller told E! News. “The men love her, the women hate her. The women report the photo because it’s so easy to do. You just click a button. They think she’s too sexy, they all report her together, and it’s done.”
Stodden considers it a victory that she was reinstated.
“I am so happy that I’ve brought attention to the problem that I have had for so many other people,” she told RadarOnline.com. “I was cyber-bullied, and I hope this doesn’t happen to other people.”