KELLY OSBOURNE Scores Drugs On Sunset Blvd: Photos Posted Online

British tabloid News of the World has published the photos of Kelly Osbourne scoring drugs from a dealer in Sunset Boulevard, Los Angeles, last Monday (March 29) that prompted Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne to send the 19-year-old into rehab at Promises clinic in Malibu and announce the move on "Larry King Live" on Friday. Check out the pictures: Photo#1, Photo#2.

According to News of the World, Kelly did the deal just two minutes from her Beverly Hills home. She drove her dad's £37,000 BMW (approx. $68,000) instead of her own Mini Cooper and parked up outside a Citibank to wait for the pusher.

He turned up a few minutes later and sprinted over to Kelly's car, where he leaned in through the window and discreetly handed her the drugs.

Smirking Kelly then sped home, sweeping past the police car stationed outside the house as security.


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