Kelly Osbourne has revealed she’s relapsed after nearly four years of sobriety in a candid video shared Monday.
Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne’s 36-year-old daughter took to Instagram to admit she was ‘not proud’ of her decision but wanted to be ‘fair’ with fans.
Kelly insisted that she is now ‘back on track’ with her recovery and that she does things day by day.
Frank: Kelly Osbourne revealed she’s relapsed after nearly four years of sobriety in a candid video shared Monday
The TV personality got sober in 2017, previously admitting that she never thought she would be alive at the age of 35 after passing out every night from drugs and partying at the height of her struggles.
Kelly said in a video shared with her 1.3 million followers, “ This is a bit hard for me to talk about, but I’ve always promised to be honest with you about where I am and what’s going on is the hand. road to recovery.
“ I relapsed, I’m not proud of it, but I’m back on track and I’ll be doing a podcast this week telling everyone what’s going on and what happened. ”
Kelly added that she only takes things ‘day by day’ and wanted to tell her followers the truth as she never lies.
A long time ago: Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne’s 36-year-old daughter took to Instagram to admit she was ‘not proud’ of her decision but wanted to be ‘fair’ to fans (photo in 2002)
She continued: ‘I just want to let you know I’m sober today and sober tomorrow, but I really learned it’s only one day at a time and I wanted to tell you the truth because I’ve never wanted to lie to you. ‘
At the end of her video, Kelly thanked fans for their support and signed off with: ‘Thank you very much for your support and love and you will hear from me soon. ‘
In 2020, Kelly spoke about her past struggles and said she used it to take so many drugs she ’embalmed’ her body every night.
The former wild child said she doubted she would still be alive at the age of 35 after passing out every night from drugs and partying.
Recovery: Kelly insisted that she is now ‘back on track’ with her recovery and that she does things day by day
Kelly admitted that she regularly took a cocktail of amphetamines, tranquilizers, and marijuana at the height of her struggle.
The star told her friend DJ Fat Tony on his podcast, The Recovery: ‘I never thought I’d be alive at the age of 35.
‘Many of my friends didn’t make it and it was difficult to bury them. I blamed the survivor for a long time. I’ve been sober for almost three years. ‘
The reality star also revealed how she would convince her mother Sharon she was sober by showing her stolen sobriety tokens from Alcoholics Anonymous.
Sobriety: The TV personality got sober in 2017, previously admitting that she never thought she would be alive at the age of 35 after passing out every night from drugs and partying at the height of her struggles (pictured in 2007)
She said, ‘I never really slept, I passed out from everything I drank or took and came.
‘I was in a haze of hangovers and withdrawals. I don’t know how I did it as long as I did it. I embalmed my body. ‘
Kelly has been to rehab seven times and was even locked up in a padded cell to keep her off drugs.
She said she woke up in 2017 and decided she needed to change her way of life.
Past: In 2020, Kelly spoke about her struggles from the past, saying she was taking so many drugs that she “ embalmed ” her body every night (pictured with parents Sharon and Ozzy in 2020)
Kelly revealed: ‘I was so wasted the whole time. I hadn’t been to a grocery store or done normal things in three years. I thought, “I don’t want to live like that anymore.”
‘I had put blackout curtains in my house, so I didn’t know what time it was. I realized I wouldn’t make it. I would be dead if I kept doing this.
“I picked up the phone and was really drunk when I called my brother Jack.”
Kelly said he arrived in minutes, even though his efforts to help earlier had resulted in Kelly treating him insultingly.
She said: ‘I got into his car. I was wearing a T-shirt and underwear. I remember saying to him, crying, “I don’t want to be a fat drunk loser anymore. I want to be a skinny winner”. ‘
Kelly then moved into a new facility with renewed energy and the help of her family.
She said, “I went to therapy for the first six months, about six hours a day. I was like, “If I’m going to do this, I’m really going to do it.” ‘
At the height of her struggle, Kelly admitted that the longest resources she spent was one month.
She said, ‘I only had about 30 days of clean time, that’s when I was on treatment, and then I’d come out and get high again.
‘But I lied about it. I stole AA chips for 60 days and gave them to my mom to take me out to dinner. ‘
Fears: Former wild child said she doubted she would be alive at age 35 after passing out every night from drugs and partying (photo in 2009)
In 2019, Kelly appeared in Lorraine, where she prepared to celebrate two years of sobriety.
The TV personality said, ‘I am [in a great place]I have been sober for almost two years and it has completely changed my life.
‘I didn’t think I could do anything if I wasn’t drunk or high because I was scared of everything. I’ll let it prevail.
‘Now that I see that I don’t need that and that my life is better … I have no drama in my life.
“I’ve accepted the fact, and I know I’ve said this all my life, but I really understand now that I’m not perfect and I never will be and I don’t want to be.”
Kelly recently lost more than 90 pounds with the help of a gastric sleeve procedure and clean eating, saying she needed to get her “ head straight ” before even starting the surgery.
She had previously revealed that she had problems eating because she was an “emotional eater,” and that she needed to reprogram that relationship with the help of therapy.
Her latest business venture comes in the form of a podcast featuring entrepreneur Jeff Beacher – who hosted the live theater series Beacher’s Madhouse – debuting May 4 under the moniker The Kelly Osbourne and Jeff Beacher Show.
Speak against Page six Kelly revealed that the podcast will also delve into both hosts’ weight loss (Beacher lost more than 240 pounds) and her journey into sobriety.
‘We are not perfect. And there is only one way to make things right, and that is to learn, to teach, and to learn from your past mistakes, and to share what you have learned with others. And that’s something that’s so important, ”she said.
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Weight Loss: Kelly recently lost more than 90 pounds using a gastric sleeve procedure and clean eating, and said she needed to get her ‘head straight’ before even starting the surgery (pictured in 2019, left and 2020, right)