Cara Delevingne's family plans to stage emergency intervention amid reports of supermodel's bizarre behavior
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Supermodel Cara Delevingne's recent footage has worried her fans worldwide, and it seems now that her family has decided to take matters into their own hands. The concern has grown ever since the supermodel-turned-actress was spotted at the Los Angeles Airport in a disheveled condition. She was seen shoeless, with bedraggled hair, and bruises on her tanned limbs.
According to the sources, Cara Delevingne's team is alarmed by her erratic behavior and wants her to snap out of it. Reportedly, Cara's family is now involved and wants to actively help the troubled model get back to normal.
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A close friend revealed to The Sun, “We are all incredibly concerned. The situation has been building for a few weeks now, and Cara’s family is involved. There is talk of staging some kind of intervention and making sure Cara gets the help she may well need," adding that the model and actress "has been burning the candle at both ends of late, and it’s clearly taking its toll." Delevingne's parents are the wealthy property developer Charles Delevingne and his wife Pandora, who live in England. The model also has three siblings, including socialite Poppy Delevingne.
Before the video of Cara acting jittery, after disembarking from Jay-Z's private jet at Van Nuys Airport, went viral, she was also spotted at Burning Man in equally troubling circumstances. Sources told DailyMail.com that the model "just spent days in the desert, not eating all that much and she looked disheveled because she hadn't had time to scrub up yet." The source added, "Her friends are worried about her generally after some erratic behavior, but she has a good group around her. Her sister [Poppy] was at the festival with her. She wasn't alone and she has her back."
Cara Delevingne also appeared on a talk show in July, where she could be seen incessantly rubbing her hands and looking 'zoned out'. The model-turned-actress has previously confessed her struggles with drugs and feeling drained by the pressures of the fashion world. Cara Delevingne refers to herself as a ‘rebel’ who doesn’t shy away to push back boundaries.
A close friend of Cara shared, “The consensus is that she needs a few weeks of total rest — no booze, no partying and, crucially, some healthy, hot meals inside her. Cara’s an incredibly bright, switched-on girl — but even she needs a guiding hand sometimes. There has been some talk of getting her into a retreat of some kind for a detox and some R&R.” Meanwhile, support and concerns over the ‘Only Murders in the Building’ actress’s health continues to mount over social media.
will someone please check on cara delevingne for the love of god— aliyah (@liyahbobeah) September 7, 2022
nah something is seriously up with cara delevingne and i’m actually really worried for her☹️. i hope everything is okay fr.— Veruca Salt💅🏾 (@KdSigntUp) September 7, 2022