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Lily Allen blasts rumours she's out of control

Published 18/09/2015

Lily Allen
Lily Allen

Lily Allen is being cheered up by her "big bro" Mark Ronson amidst concerns her behaviour is "out of control".

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Lily Allen has ridiculed those "concerned" about her behaviour.

Earlier this week her representative confirmed she and her manager of less than one year, Scott Rodger, had gone separate ways, insisting it was a mutual decision.

However, British newspaper The Sun claims he "axed" the 30-year-old due to issues with her attitude. The star has been spotted out and about drinking and partying a lot recently, but Lily herself says there's nothing to worry about.

Taking to her Instagram account, she shared a snap of herself with Mark Ronson, both looking wholly uninterested.

"Me and my big bro @iammarkronson looking very concerned at my out of control behavior #FUNLORD (sic)," she captioned the picture.

Lily partied hard over the summer and collapsed while at Glastonbury festival. She was also spotted smoking a suspicious looking cigarette at London's Notting Hill carnival.

Earlier this week she said that all the negative reports in the media were just encouraging her to prove she's fine.

"im not entertaining the absolute rubbish the papers are smearing me with. Rest assured, I am fine, very in control of my life, [singing] on the way

"The harder you push me the more determined I am to prove you wrong, (sic)" she tweeted.

It's not just her career that's believed to be suffering. There have also been rumours her marriage to Sam Cooper, who she has daughters Ethel and Marnie with, is crumbling, with Lily alluding to issues via social media.

"There's no doubt they love each other. But they're not working as a team. Lily has a lot of pride, which means she finds it difficult to admit when things aren't working. Perhaps her Instagram stunt was a cry for help, but everyone hopes she had Sam can resolve whatever difficulties they're having," a source previously told British magazine Grazia.

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