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But seriously, somebody needs to ship BRITNEY back to rehab asap.
The Toxic star had to be carried out of the men’s toilets of an exclusive LA hotel bar on Sunday night after she was discovered vomiting uncontrollably.
Out of it, she was overheard telling hotel staff: “I’m sorry, I’m sorry. Things aren’t going well for me at the moment.”
Talk about an understatement!
The troubled pop princess, who spent a month in rehab earlier this year, was then carried out of the bar sobbing and covered in sick.
It’s not unusual to see Britney out on the town these days, but never in this kind of sorry state.
The singer disappeared to the bathroom just an hour after arriving at the Mondrian Hotel’s swanky Sky Bar with five friends.
And it wasn’t long before hotel security got a call saying she needed urgent help.
My source said: “Britney was found slumped over the toilet bowl with make-up smeared over her face and her wig hanging off.
“She had a room booked at the hotel but was too ill to stay and was begging her bodyguard to take her home.
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“She looked a real mess and was sitting on the floor with her head over the bowl throwing up.
“There was vomit down the front of her black dress and around her mouth.
“Britney was on her knees and must have been sick four or five times. She didn’t really seem with it, but I don’t know if she was drunk or not.”
The mother-of-two then had to be helped out of the hotel because she couldn’t stand up by herself.
The source added: “It was really sad. Everyone thinks she’s getting back on track after her comeback shows but that’s clearly not the case. I think she needs proper help.”
And maybe just the odd night in with her kids?
Yesterday, Britney posted an epic letter on her website trying to explain the last few months.
She says: “Recently, I was sent to a very humbling place called rehab. I truly hit rock-bottom.
“Till this day I don’t think that it was alcohol or depression.”