It's been far too long since Taylor Armstrong bashed her late husband in public.
But, don't worry, the latest issue of Us Weekly contains excerpts from the reality star's disgusting upcoming memoir, "Hiding from Reality."
In the book, Taylor describes Russell as a paranoid stalker, someone who constantly asked her about past sexual partners and even posed as a potential employer in order to run a background check on his wife with her alma mater.
She even found a tape recorder under her home office desk once.
"For the next nearly six years, I always assumed I was being recorded in the car and at home," Taylor writes. "I was always careful to make sure the content of my conversations was very clear."Russell supposedly defended his actions by saying he had "been burned before" and just wanted to get to know his wife as well as possible.
Years after that discovery, Armstrong added, "I went into my email settings and found that he had set it up so that all of my emails were forwarded to him the moment I received them."
Taylor says she never changed the setting or asked Russell about this issue, and it's not like we can get his take on the allegations.
What a sad, pathetic, money-hungry woman.