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Kelly Osbourne’s friends ‘worried she’s drinking too much’

Published 03/07/2016

Kelly Osbourne
Kelly Osbourne

Kelly Osbourne friends are said to be worried after the star reportedly got into a row in a bar.

Kelly Osbourne’s friends are reportedly concerned about the star’s drinking after she got into a row in a hotel bar.

The 31-year-old was on a night out at the Sunset Marquis Hotel in Los Angeles with Hulk Hogan’s daughter Brooke at the end of June (16) when she reportedly got into a row with one of her male friends.

A source told Britain's Heat magazine: “Kelly looked drunk, and started arguing with Brooke and one of her male friends. She was furious.”

The hotel’s general manager was allegedly forced to intervene to “calm the situation down” as the row apparently continued for 10 minutes, until fed up pal Brooke and the friend walked away leaving the star. 

Kelly reportedly became upset after she claimed someone tried to grope her.

The former Fashion Police star’s behaviour has apparently caused friends to become increasingly worried about the amount she is drinking, and fear she's not in a good place.“Everyone’s worried she’s drinking too much again,” a source close to the star said. “Kelly’s not in a good place right now – her career hasn’t been great since she quit Fashion police last year.”

In her 2009 autobiography, Kelly claimed she would never drink again, calling herself an “addict”. But in recent years, the star has been spotted drinking once more, and in 2015 reportedly told Closer magzine: “I have the occasional drink, but now I can be happy without taking drugs.”

The friends’ claims come in the wake of Kelly’s father’s alleged affair with his hairdresser. Her parents Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne split briefly before getting back together.

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