Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora and designer Nikki Lund launched their fashion line “White Trash Beautiful” during LA Fashion weekend and Richie’s daughter Ava, 12, made her runway model debut. Look who’s in the front row snapping her photo – it’s her proud mom Heather Locklear!


Posted by Janet on March 21, 2010

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  1. By mom to five
    On March 21, 2010 at

    Another child made to grow up wayyy before she should.

  2. By chi chi
    On March 21, 2010 at

    what an unfortunate name for a clothing line. I agree mom to five, why put your young girls in that world in Hollywood no less, it never ends well. Both parents have substance abuse problems and this is what they think is a good move? Wouldnt it be better to encourage a career in something tangible? Idiots.

  3. By MamaSan
    On March 21, 2010 at

    She has lived a life way beyond her 12 years, what with seeing her mom divorce and then seeing her pappy romance Denise Richards. Models are, as everyone knows, expected to be thin regardless of what it takes. She seems well on her way to this end. Heather apparently still seems to be in need of more counselling as to her mental state.

  4. By Palermo
    On March 21, 2010 at

    Twelve years old??? These Hollywood parents are truly not fit to raise children. Look at her, she looks 18.

    Why is Heather’s face always so swollen looking? Is she on steroids?

  5. By right
    On March 21, 2010 at

    Unfit parents. Time for Child Protective Services to look into this.

  6. By Mrs Castillon
    On March 21, 2010 at

    12 yeras old???????????? Um, okaaaayyy!!!

  7. By Reta
    On March 21, 2010 at

    Every single one of you is dead on correct!! 12 IS wayyy too young to have on something like that and have people looking up your skirt at your crotch.

    And Heather’s face DOES look horrible and has for a looong time. I’ve been wondering about it and wondered how she got back on that new Melrose Place with her face looking like that. She looks like she went a few (losing) rounds with Mike Tyson.

    Wonder if the daughter is already dipping into the parent’s stash’s? I certainly wouldn’t doubt it if she’s already being shoved into the adult world of cutthroat modeling at 12! Great parenting there folks!

  8. By vswilson
    On March 21, 2010 at

    Say it ain’t so!!

    Under normal circumstances,I would look at the young lady modeling,and never look at her as being just 12. She is dressed too provocative to be 12 years old.She is being encouraged to look older than her years, and her proud mother does not realize that she is being encouraged to look older than her years.The hair and heels and that up to there dress is more than she needs to be showing. Heather and Richie, give Ava at least another 4-6 years before putting her out there racing the runways.Let her be your little girl for just a little while longer.

  9. By cal
    On March 22, 2010 at

    12!!!! that ain’t right.

    So many levels of wrong 🙁

  10. By kiss a frog
    On March 22, 2010 at

    Heather got really bad facial surgery. She looks like a chipmunk, which makes the sides of her muth droop even more. Her live-in wuss, Jack Waggoner, should put a word in her ear that she is ruining her daughter and trying to live through her. Heather is a mental case and has been crazy since Richie started romancing her ex-bff Denise. I don’t think she ever got over that.

  11. By Lenny
    On March 22, 2010 at

    My first thought is she’s about 17 or older. Twelve years old, now that’s Hollywood and it’s lot. Heather on the other hand looks like all the other women in Hollywood who are lied to that it’ll make you look younger and it doesn’t, sad.

  12. By Priorities
    On March 22, 2010 at

    That dress is so short the people snapping pics are probably seeing WAY more than they should. Disgusting. If the girl wants to model her parents should at least make her wear age appropriate fashions. Dressing her for an upskirt pic is just GROSS. What is wrong with these parents?

  13. By Deanna...
    On March 22, 2010 at

    Beautiful girl, but that outfit is in no way appropriate for a 12 year old!

  14. By Miss Eva
    On March 22, 2010 at

    Gorgeous girl, looking absolutely GREAT! And just like most 12-year-olds, she can’t wait to grow up. Leave her alone and let her do her thing!

  15. By Palermo
    On March 22, 2010 at

    A twelve year old shouldn’t have “a thing”.

  16. By captain america
    On March 23, 2010 at

    …………good sperm?

  17. By So sad
    On March 24, 2010 at

    How pathetic is it that people are proud of a 12 year old dressed up like a tramp. What the hell was going through their minds when they looked at the trash outfit that most hookers probably wouldn’t wear and thought hey Ava would look good in that. Losers.

  18. By Helena Handbasket
    On March 25, 2010 at

    Heather looks like an older, asian version of her former self.

  19. By Leslie Carslile
    On October 11, 2010 at

    Are you kidding me? 12 years old and modeling that skimpy dress? What up mom and dad!


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