As we reported yesterday, Spencer Pratt himself is trying to set the record straight about what some (read: all) people think is an entirely staged wedding.
"We checked the confidentiality box, so good luck people," he told E! News' Ryan Seacrest in an interview that will air Monday on his KIIS-FM radio show.
But that's not necessarily the case.
Per California law, every marriage is public record. The confidentiality box Spencer hearts so only keeps the date private, not the record of the actual event.
So far there is none.
Cheers to faking our wedding in two different countries!
"We can confirm a confidential marriage if it exists," a spokesman for the Los Angeles County Registrar said. "We don't have anything for them in the system."
Monday's Hills season finale preview shows the duo before an alleged judge and the plastic Heidi Montag spouting what appear to be traditional wedding vows.
But who is even "officiating" at this thing? And was the whole charade even more fake than Heidi's nose, lips and boobs? Read on for more details!
The session took place after regular business hours, however and like Heidi and Spencer's Patron-fueled Mexican vows, it was not necessarily legally binding.
"We can confirm that the wedding, or whatever it was, that occurred in the Beverly Hills Courthouse was for Mr. Pratt and Ms. Montag," Parachini said.
"What the outcome was or what happened during the ceremony is none of the court's business. It was a private matter. I don't know what transpired. All I know is what MTV said... that it was a news-related shoot."
Parachini also noted that the judge seemingly presiding over the affair - who has yet to be ID'd - was not associated with the Los Angeles court system.
This just gets fishier every day.