Spencer responsible for Lauren sex tape rumor; Lauren may attend Heidi and Spencer’s wedding

A year and a half after a rumor about a Lauren Conrad sex tape spread, Spencer Pratt will admit on The Hills he was responsible for making that story up.

Lauren revealed that during a panel discussion with some of the show’s cast members and producers at the Paley Center Tuesday. “Oh, well we have him on camera admitting it and apologizing. Oops, spoiler! Sorry,” she said, according to Zap2it’s Korbi Ghosh.

That’s exactly what Brody Jenner said on an episode in Oct. 2007; he was accused by Heidi of spreading the rumor, but Brody said he knew “100 percent” that Spencer did it. Just after that episode, a blog post on Heidi’s blog took responsibility, but was blamed on a hacker.

Speaking of Heidi and Spencer, they’ll get married on Saturday (for real this time, apparently), and although Lauren finished filming her part of the fifth season last month, and said she won’t attend the wedding. “I think that it was very nice of her to invite me but I think that she didn’t really expect me to come,” Lauren said during the panel, according to the Press Association.

But Zap2it’s Ghosh reports, “I totally overheard Brody saying he plans to sit next to Lauren during the ceremony.”

Also not attending: Whitney Port, who’s going back to New York because filming of the second season of The City has begun. She said, “I haven’t kept in close touch with him and Heidi, so I didn’t expect to be invited. But I wish them the best.”

‘The Hills': Spencer Pratt owns up to sex tape rumors, set to marry Heidi Saturday [Zap2it]
Conrad will miss Speidi wedding [Press Association]

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