Officers found her locked in a bedroom and she told them she was "fearful" of Fanjul.
The police report notes that both Fanjul's and Mortimer's "speech was slurred" and both "appeared intoxicated."Despite the incidents, the relationship continued.
(Fanjul lives in Palm Beach full-time and has spent the last three years studying for an insurance license exam, says a source familiar with Mortimer's situation.) It was a relationship they mostly kept secret because Fanjul's parents reportedly did not approve, according to a friend of Mortimer's.
She was photographed constantly and sat front row at fashion shows—at a time when sitting front row was just starting to be a thing done by celebrities and not just editors and buyers.
In 2007, Mortimer became a beauty ambassador for Dior, and they released a pink lip gloss named after her.
Tinsley Mercer Mortimer, 40, was once the most photographed young woman in New York City.
She seemed to have everything a certain kind of person might want: an important name, her picture everywhere, a budding career on the fashion/social/reality-show circuit.
"She looked great and posed for the cameras with style and ease." By the early 2000s, the Richmond, VA native, reportedly descended from Thomas Jefferson, had already acquired a litany of status markers: a diploma from Lawrenceville, one of the country's premier boarding schools; a degree in art history from Columbia, where she was a member of the exclusive St. Topper Mortimer has founding-father roots as well and his great-grandfather was the president of Standard Oil.