The following item comes to us courtesy of Australia's News.com.au:Kelly Osbourne has only just left our shores and already there's a growing group of people who can't wait until she gets back. One lot in particular who are keen to catch up for a chat with the precocious popster are from City Central police. The boys in blue are investigating allegations the trash-talking teen was served alcohol in an inner-city bar during her whirlwind visit. Osbourne, who is still just 17 (she turns 18 in about two weeks), was snapped with an alco-pop at launch party last Monday, as revealed in Weekend Confidential on Saturday. Local area commander Superintendent Glen Harrison yesterday told Confidential he had spoken to the management of the inner-city establishment but now needed to speak with Osbourne to determine what, if any, action should be taken.
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