"Because there were a lot of nights that I was getting 2 a.m.phone calls and I had to go pick him up passed out in the back of a club. After Jason left the show, he had numerous drinking-related arrests and spent time behind bars and be battled substance abuse, something that was never addressed on And during the special, fans got to see a portion of Jason and Lauren's post-break-up meet-up that never made it to the air."After we went on a break from filming, it was like a couple weeks in, I finally decided to end things. I said you have three days to get your stuff out, I'm having the locks changed on Monday," Lauren explained."So when I saw Jason that day, it was the first time I had seen him since we had broken up. What made it harder was I could see he wasn't sober."In the scene, Lauren realizes Jason isn't sober, and he gets defensive, denying it while saying, "It's 10 o'clock in the morning!
" When Lauren then says, "I just feel like you're f—ked up and it's my fault," Jason looks towards the cameras before saying, "Don't say this right now." Lauren finally points out to Jason that the producers wanted her to talk to him on-camera.
Leaving his days of partying behind, the alum looked dapper in his white tux as he said his vows in from of around 180 family and friends at Calamigos Ranch in Malibu, Calif.
PHOTOS: The Hills stars: Then and now The beautiful bride wore a white, strapless gown with a sweetheart neckline made of elegant lace with a bedded sash.
But this weekend marked a milestone for each of the former reality stars.
Conrad, 27, got engaged to boyfriend William Tell, and Wahler, 26, walked down the aisle with now-wife Ashley Slack.