DANNIELLA Westbrook has lashed out Kerry Katona – telling the star to “get her s*** sorted”.
The former EastEnders star reignited her feud with Kerry after pair fell out spectacularly when the ex-Atomic Kitten singer spoke about the former EastEnders star on Loose Women.
The pair also engaged in a brief war of words on social media, and now Westbrook is speaking out once again.
Danniella also insisted she and Kerry were never friends – claiming they’ve only met each other once, which is untrue.
She told the Daily Star: “I’ve met the girl like once.
“Somebody who has so many troubles and issues… I wish her all the best. I hope she gets her s**t sorted, it’s a very bizarre situation.
“It’s weird. She has her own issues and problems and I think nitpicking like that… I just hope she gets herself better.”
The Sun Online recently revealed the details of the pair’s feud.
A source told us: “Kerry was horrified when Danniella called her from rehab and started having a go at her.
“She was furious that Kerry had spoken about her on Loose Women and says she shouldn’t have said anything.
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“Kerry was so upset as she’s always been very, very supportive of Danniella and has only ever said nice things about her.
“Kerry’s blocked Danniella on all social networks and blocked her number as Danniella’s son Kai called her too saying that she’d upset his mum.
“It’s just so awful as Kerry considered Danniella a friend and it’s all come out of nowhere.”
Danniella previously called Kerry her “inspiration” after turning to her for help with her daily drugs
Former addict Kerry acted as a mentor to the actress who recently admitted she was struggling with her recovery.
She was sent to rehab for three months after an appearance on The Jeremy Kyle Show.
But Danniella hit the roof when she heard Kerry said she “wasn’t ready to get help” despite them working together on her recovery.
Kerry told Loose Women: “I love Danniella Westbrook I really do. I know she’s had a lot of problems.
“Being where Danniella has been – I will admit not to that extent – I do know I could see when someone genuinely wants the help or not ready to admit
“You can’t help someone who’s not ready to get help.”
“I was in that situation. Until I was ready to help myself, nobody could help me.”
“I’ll always be there for Danniella, she sent me a message last week. It’s not my story to tell.”
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