Breaking Bad Roof Pizza
(Albuquerque, New Mexico)
“Breaking Bad” is done filming, but the show is still creating drama in Albuquerque.Reportedly, Padilla pocketed a nice amount of money for allowing the use of her home in the filming of Breaking Bad.
The woman who owns fictional character Walter White’s house said some fans are driving her crazy, and she had a tense confrontation with one of them Wednesday.
“If you want to take pictures you may do so from across the street,” Fran Padilla told a fan Wednesday.
“It’s a public sidewalk,” the fan replied.
“I don’t give a (expletive),” she said. “Get off.”
“No. I will not,” the fan said.
“Get off,” she said. "You can take a good picture in the road, in the street. That's what it says. That's what we ask. We don't want you here if you're going to do that."
“I didn’t think it was a big deal,” the fan said.
“It’s a big deal,” Padilla said.[…]
The northeast Albuquerque home was in the show a lot, and was Walter White’s home for much of the series. Fans flock to the residence to get a picture in front of the iconic television landmark.
“Most people are respectful and we appreciate that, it's the jerks that ruin it for everyone,” she said.
Wednesday, Padilla installed surveillance cameras and put up signs. Some fans have been throwing pizzas on her roof, in an attempt to recreate a scene from the show.
"I'm finished with pizzas,” she said.