She was also single at the time; happily co-habitating with her dogs; and splitting her time between London and L. In 2014 she became the face of the British e-cigarette maker Vapestick, and that's when she shared with London's "It's something I came so close to not doing" she told the paper. People say be grateful for what you have but it's certainly not the kind of thing I was expecting it to be...
I've kind of seen it all." on the occasion of its 10th anniversary in 2013, creator Josh Schwartz told the Huffington Post—to clear up the rumor once and for all—the Marissa Cooper's death wasn't any sort of payback against Barton."It was a hundred percent a creative decision for the show and it was born out of both feeling creatively like it was the direction the show needed to head and also, quite frankly, a function of needing to do something big to shake up the show at the end of that third season to both get the show to come back for a fourth season," he told Huffington Post.
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Barton played the privileged but troubled Marissa Cooper, the main love interest of Ben Mc Kenzie's Ryan (and, for awhile, Olivia Wilde's Alex), and as her character was living the wild life in Orange County, Mischa became a fixture on the L. party scene that in those days included frequent Paris Hilton and Lindsay Lohan sightings.
In fact, she wouldn't really talk much about that momentous decision for a decade, until she was called upon to pick her most memorable year for Yet when she returned to L.
A., the obstacles to being left alone were right where she had left them.
Mischa Barton had one goal when she sat down for an hour-long interview on "Dr.
Phil" on Monday."I was excited to sit down with you and clear up a lot of things that have been out there for a long time.
Afterward she was hospitalized on a 5150 psychiatric hold, meaning she was considered a danger to herself or others—an experience she would call an "eye-opener" in hindsight."It was a full-on breakdown," Barton told "I was never suicidal," she continued. But one slip of the tongue in a heightened moment and you find yourself in that situation."She admitted that she let herself be pushed too hard around the time of her days, both at work and at play."I asked to get out of jobs all the time and the response was, 'No you have to.' There's an attitude that you can't say no." Barton added, "I felt like I was 35 when I was 17."True story, all the while, she never quit acting—or even took that much of a break—during this same period of time, though the slew of titles she was racking up were largely forgettable., before another run of B movies.