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Rosie O’Donnell Is ‘Heartbroken’ After Her Daughter’s Tell-All Interview

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If there’s one thing I don’t like, it’s when people deliberately air their dirty laundry in public, especially about their family. Some things are just meant to be private and let’s face it, no one has a perfect life (no matter how hard they try to convince you otherwise on Facebook).

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Rosie O’Donnell hasn’t had the best year (with the death of her father and the back-and-forth nastiness between her and Donald Trump), but things have unfortunately gotten worse for her after her daughter Chelsea did an interview about her mother with some very shocking claims.

In the tell-all, Chelsea, 18, revealed that her famous mother regularly “smokes weed,” is a “phony” who is only nice in public, and hired nannies to raise her before sending her off to boarding school at age 13. Here are a few other things she’s said:

She went to live with her boyfriend after Rosie kicked her out two weeks before her 18th birthday

She claims her mom is a 'phony' who is a totally different person inside their family home than she is in the public eye 

Rosie wears tight Spandex shorts and T-shirts around house and likes to sleep late - only doing her make-up if someone else does it for her

Rosie told her she was in withdrawal from heroin when she was born but when she checked hospital records her tests came back clean 

Chelsea denies she's 'mentally ill' but reveals her struggle with depression and anxiety since Rosie divorced Kelli Carpenter

A rep for Rosie says that the interview is “heartbreaking on every level.”

Ugh. Honestly, I feel for Rosie. Parenting is one of the hardest jobs and no matter how hard your try, there will be obstacles that will get in the way. No one knows what the real truth is (except for Rosie and her children, of course), but I would hope that Chelsea would refrain from doing any mother interviews. Embarrassing her mother is doing no one any good, and if anything, they find their peace soon.

Thoughts, Hot Moms?

Source via The Daily Mail

 
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Joanna Mazewski

Joanna has been following the world of entertainment and celebrities since '05, having served as the Editor-in-Chief of Celebrity News Service and as a personal assistant for one of the original James Bond screenwriters, producer Kevin McClory during her days in Ireland. These days she’s a mother, warrior, celebrity writer and Disney dreamer. And she eats a lot of peanut butter M&Ms, as well.

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2 Comments
  1. I feel sad for the entire family. As a mother of two teenagers, I understand and have witnessed first hand how a child can manipulate a situation to such a degree that the slightest of or the most well earned punishments can be made to seem heartless, cruel and even abusive when you don’t know all the facts.
    I don’t know their situations, however regardless of who is right or who is wrong, I don’t believe airing your families issues for the world to read serves any other purpose than to hurt, shame and embarrass the other person. Which in itself is heartless , cruel and abusive. One day this interview will be nothing more than another regret, another “hurt”, another “painful memory” on a long list of back and forth jabs taken at one another in moments of anger and pain both private and public. (Just my opinion )
    I wish them peace and strength and privacy to reconnect as a family.

  2. Why shouldn’t she do other interviews? Because she made her famous mother look bad? If it’s true she has every right to tell her story. It’s pretty clear that Rosie isn’t the most stable person, I’ve felt that way for years, so it seems like some of this could be quite plausible. I do agree that no one knows for sure except those living in the house but discouraging her from doing other interviews is sending the message that she must be wrong and shouldn’t speak up.

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