It was no secret that Aisleyne Horgan-Wallace was distraught over the death of the talented Amy Winehouse last month.
The day of Amy’s passing, the former big brother star was photographed collapsed to the floor crying a river, but were these just crocodile tears…. Kerry Katona and Kelly Osbourne thinks so.
Proclaiming herself to be a close friend of the late Jazz singers she outraged many of Amy’s celebrity palls for selling her private stories and appearing on live TV to discuss her death.
Top celebrities such as Kelly Osbourne and Kerry Katona expressed there distaste for Aisleyne’s actions and accused her of cashing in on such a tragic event.
Kelly, 26, taunted her on Twitter saying that none of Amy’s ‘real friendsâ€ would speak out.
Angered Aisleyne, branded Kelly a “hypocriteâ€ and said: â€œShe knows what she Tweets is going to make the press, so she is commenting too really.
â€œHer mum Sharon was on TV talking about Amy and said stuff I wouldnâ€™t dream of saying.
â€œSo itâ€™s ok for her mum to talk about her but not for me to clear my name? Itâ€™s hypocritical.â€
The distraught big brother star turned glamor girl said that Kelly’s rude comments sparked frightening backlash off twitter followers.
â€œIâ€™ve been getting really vile messages and abuse. Some have said they want to kill me or attack me,â€ she reported.
Aisleyne originally met Amy thought a mutual pal and there pair apparently hit it off immediately and were very close by the end. But despite Aisleyne seen crying on the door step of Amy’s home, crying in the streets and crying on national TV, she was not seen crying at Amy’s funeral… infact she did even turn up.
Kerry, amongst others, thought it incredibly ‘odd’ that the the star was not one of the many mourners present.
Hitting back at her critics Aisleyne, 32, responds ‘[Kerry]‘s an idiot,’
‘She’s done really well to conquer her addiction but she’s lost everything, so maybe that’s made her bitter.
‘What she said was nasty.’
Aisleyne, who explains she couldn’t make Amy’s Jewish service due to an ‘issue of space’ admitted that she wouldn’t hesitate to confront ‘vile’ Kerry, 30, if they crossed paths.
‘I would definitely have words,’ she says. ‘I’m not afraid of standing up for myself.’