What’s happening to Cara Delevingne? Sister Poppy ‘rushes to her side’ amid growing concerns

By Alma Fabiani

Published Sep 12, 2022 at 11:12 AM

Reading time: 2 minutes

Earlier in September 2022, English model, actress and singer Cara Delevingne was spotted outside a Los Angeles sex shop smoking an unknown substance from a pipe and dropping clear liquid from a bottle into her mouth.

Then, just days ago, troubling images emerged of Delevingne, 30, behaving erratically as she waited to board none other than Jay-Z’s jet at the private Van Nuys airport just outside of Los Angeles. First, she was seen dangling her feet from the window of a Chevy Suburban as a driver took her to the airport.

Wearing a Britney Spears T-shirt, she made her way to the plane only to disembark 45 minutes later and was spotted pacing up and down while smoking, bending over and “acting jittery,” according to onlookers who spoke to Daily Mail. It’s not clear if the London native was asked to leave the plane or decided to do so on her own.

According to the publication, the cover girl appeared “unable to control her body movements at certain points as she was seen on the phone, dropping [it] and walking around looking very jittery and as if she was unable to stop moving.”


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Recently, Delevingne was known to spend some time at the Burning Man festival. Sources told the tabloid at that time that she didn’t eat or shower while at the event. “She had just spent days in the desert, not eating all that much and she looked dishevelled because she hadn’t had time to scrub up yet,” they said.

Less than a week after the images hit the news, it’s now been revealed that Delevingne’s sister, Poppy, 36, has raced to be by her side amid growing concern over her behaviour. Poppy, who lives in London, was spotted leaving Delevingne’s Los Angeles mansion on Friday 9 September.

In another Daily Mail article, a family friend allegedly said, “It is all very troubling. Cara has been open about her mental health issues in the past. She comes from a very good, close family and, of course, they will rally round and do whatever it takes to help her.”

“The family is clearly worried about her, which is why Poppy immediately went to be with her. Everyone is concerned about Cara’s behaviour,” they continued.

The model was expected to attend a Puma catwalk show in New York on Tuesday 13 September but sources are now saying she’s unlikely to attend.

Unfortunately for Delevingne, this latest turn of event is not the only worrying event taking place in her life. In April, her bankers at HSBC registered a charge against her company Cara & Co—despite the fact that it has assets of £41.4 million.

It has been speculated that the action was taken to protect the interests of her bankers in case her firm suffers a sudden reversal of fortune.

Regardless of what is going on, many netizens have expressed their concern over the celebrity’s wellbeing, with countless users comparing her behaviour to the one of the late singer Amy Winehouse.

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