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Here's a little tale that made us gasp out loud – “Project Runway” finalist Kenley Collins is in the pokey, for allegedly attacking her ex-fiancé with a cat. TMZ has the story of how the whiny, drama-creating designer was arrested yesterday after (according to the D.A.) coming at her sleeping man with all manner of “weapons,” including the kitty, a laptop, several apples, and water. She was charged with six crimes.

According to legal papers viewed by TMZ, Collins told her ex, "You're lucky ... it could've been a lot worse." Lucky she didn't find her sewing basket.

(Above: Always bringing the crazy, Kenley introduces her designs at the Season 5 "Project Runway" finale last fall. Photo by Brendan McDermid/Reuters.)

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