O’Donnell vs O’Donnell

When we last left the tumultuous relationship of Rosie O’Donnell and her adopted daughter, Chelsea had run away from home, hooked up with some older guy she found online who had been charged with heroin possession, was brought home by the cops, had a birthday and became of age, left Rosie again, and tracked down her birth mother who was a former drug addict.  At some point after that, she and Rosie once again reconciled.  I use the past tense because that reconciliation was short-lived.  Chelsea has now gone public with the reasons she ran away from home in the first place.  It’s a complicated story – something about Chelsea getting a tattoo, Rosie finding out because she had spyware on the then-minor’s cell phone, and Rosie chasing Chelsea around the apartment brandishing a wine bottle trying to make the teen take off her clothes so she could see the tattoo.  Rosie says it’s all a lie.

When Chelsea left for the second time, she hooked up with a 31-year-old guy who worked at a Dunkin’ Donuts on Long Island.  And you know what that means?  Free donuts!  You’d think Rosie would be happy, but apparently not.  Turns out Chelsea secretly got married and got pregnant (likely not in that order).  She then had a miscarriage.  After Chelsea gave a tell-all interview to a newspaper, they asked Rosie for a comment: “Chelsea is mentally ill.  Has been in and out of hospitals most of her life.  Born addicted to heroin.  She has had a tough road.  As for her comments, I assume you are paying her, which is why she is selling these tales to you.  She is very sick.  She is not capable of truth or reason.  She has not been in touch with anyone since her husband tried to extort $9000 from this family.”  Chelsea says she had been hospitalized for a variety of issues.  Her husband says, “I wanted to get the best medical care and Rosie refused to pay for it if we didn’t get a divorce.  As much as it killed me, we had to lie to her and convince her we would get a divorce so Rosie would continue to pay for Chelsea’s medical expenses so we could figure out what’s wrong with her.”  As always, Rosie gets the last word: “As a mother, my request is that you not pay her and leave her alone.  It is comforting to know she is still alive, so thank you for that part.”

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