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After a few days ago Cara Delevingne was seen at the Van Nuys airport in Los Angeles, California in a state of confusion and noticeably deteriorated, her family, especially her sister, Poppy, has rushed to be at her side amid growing concern over her erratic behavior.
Poppy, who lives in London, was seen leaving Cara’s Los Angeles mansion on Friday night, after worrying images emerged of the model behaving erratically.
Cara left her feet dangling out the window of a Chevy Suburban while a driver took her to the airport to board a private jet. Jay Z. Wearing a T-shirt with a picture of Britney Spearswent to the plane, but disembarked 45 minutes later and she was seen pacing back and forth, crouching down and “acting nervous,” according to witnesses.
“He smoked too much and talked heatedly on his cell phone, which he dropped on the street at one point.”said a spectator to The Mail on Sunday. Earlier this month the actress was also spotted outside a sex shop Los Angeles smoking an unknown substance from a pipe and dropping liquid from a bottle into his mouth.
A family friend said: “It is all very worrying. Cara has been open about her mental health issues in the past. She comes from a very good and close family and of course they will come together 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 worried about Cara’s behavior.”.
The model was expected to attend a parade of Cougar in New York on Tuesday, but sources now say it’s “unlikely” to go. Last April the bank HSBC filed a charge against your company Face Co, even though it has assets worth £41.4 million. It has been speculated that the move was taken to protect the interests of his bankers in case his company underwent a sudden change.
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