Kelly Brook reveals about 'horrific' childhood in new tell-all book
Kelly Brook has opened up about her troubled younger life growing up on a council estate in Kent, from regularly seeing violent fist fights, to being thrown in police cells for shoplifting in her new autobiography.
The supermodel's book 'Up Close' reveals that although she enjoyed some aspects of her childhood home, she used to dread the weekends as it meant going to the local pub with her parents who often got too drunk, resulting in regular fights, the Mirror reported.
The 35-year-old actress wrote that her parents would spend too long in the, come home p***ed and eat the burnt Sunday lunch. Then there would be a fight and the police would be called. Or my dad would drive off in his truck.
She also admitted to remembering one occasion when the police took her father - who died from cancer in 2007 - away kicking and screaming.
(Posted on 05-09-2014)