If you assume that the two are old friends, you are mistaken. TMZ reports that the two were both at the hotel restaurant with friends, but it was only the second time they had met. Jones got Flay’s number because she was interested in redoing her kitchen and wanted to give his number to her designer. Flay “says he doesn't know why Jones chose to call him after the crash, but nonetheless he drove over to help her," the TMZ report states.
A witness claims Flay arrived and advised Jones to leave the scene. Jones left her ID with a witness, walked home, called the cops, changed clothes, got gum, and returned to the scene 45 minutes later. She was not administered a field sobriety test; she could not be charged with DUI because she left the scene and came back, in which time she could have had a drink.
The LAPD says she was being chased by paparazzi, but the crash pictures online were taken hours later. Some sort of mind-altering state must be responsible for her bizarre choice of hero—a fellow celebrity, yes, but barely an acquaintance (and not a friend.) Imagine the comical phone call between a confused Iron Chef and a flustered Betty Draper. Maybe she mixed up his experience with a grill with experience for getting grilled.
Or maybe Jones is a Law and Order: SVU junkie like me and knows that Flay’s real life wife is Stephanie March, who played Assistant District Attorney Alexandra Cabot on NBC’s hit show. Flay may have gleaned some legal prowess there, considering how Jones’s departure from the scene effectively disqualified herself from getting a DUI.
Or maybe January Jones just thought Bobby Flay could take the heat.
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