Sunday, May 19, 2013
Fashion Police host Kelly Osbourne is owning up to having a bumpy flight to Atlanta, a trip during which she proceeded to get hammered. The recovering addict, who did a stint in rehab in the past, admits to Radaronline.com that she turned to the bottle after reaching the breaking point over brother Jack's Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis. According to eyewitnesses, the 27-year-old seemed in complete control when she boarded a plane last week. However, by the time she arrived in Atlanta, she was reportedly a hot, drunken mess who had to be assisted off the flight. Osbourne explains it's not as bad as it sounds. She reveals to Radaronline.com, "I have not lied about it. I have the occasional drink. I will never lie about that. That's my choice that I make, and I'm an adult and I have to be responsible for my actions.
But it's not like I was f*cking claiming there was a colonial woman on the wing. Like I was so out of it they had to land the plane or something. I got drunk on a plane, big deal." The trouble began when a man approached the E! celebrity prior to her boarding and asked about her sibling. He went on to tell her about his own brother who had MS and sent her to a Web site. Osbourne tells Radaronline.com, "On the plane I started looking at the Web site. It described how bad certain cases of MS got, and it made me lose it because I've sat through my mother having breast cancer, my dad almost dying from a bike accident, and now it's my brother who's my best friend. I lost it." Osbourne did nothing to deny the drunken ordeal. In fact, the following day she Tweeted, "Had a nerves breakdown yesterday that was cool!cool!#Not." Osbourne says that unlike other unnamed celebrities she has no problem being straight up about her decision to drink. Osbourne adds, "I'm not one of those starlets that's drinking vodka out of a water bottle thinking no one knows. If I'm going to have a f*cking drink, I'm 27 years old. I'm going to have one. Unfortunately I decided to have one on a plane to Atlanta and burst into tears."