There is one problem with celebrities they think that their opinion is more important than the ordinary people! Well, they are wrong and sometimes they have to pay for what they said!
In this case, Rosie O’Donnell stated a year ago that she would leave the USA if Trump gets elected! She stays true to her words and leaves this country for good now that Trump is our new president!
But she is still in the USA and she even tried to start an open rebellion against our new president!
After all bad thing she has done she got some bad news about her private life too!
Chelsea O’Donnell has spoken for the first time about what it was like to grow up as Rosie’s daughter and what really happened in the days she was reported missing by her ‘frantic’ mother last August in an exclusive interview with Daily Mail Online.
The 18-year-old reveals how Rosie’s public persona is ‘phony’ and has little to do with her life behind closed doors.
She spoke out to disclose what she sees as O’Donnell’s hypocrisy – that when she’s out and about her bubbly and engaging personality is belied by the way she is at home.
Chelsea said: ‘I find her not genuine a lot of the time. When we’d go out, she was a completely different person in public than at home and I had a hard time with that. It’s like two different people.’
She also spoke to deny the star’s public claims – made through O’Donnell’s own social media accounts and apparently to the police – that she had run away from home and instead said Rosie had kicked her out two weeks before her 18th birthday.
O’Donnell also said at the time that Chelsea was mentally ill, a claim which was repeated by a police officer – but Chelsea tells Daily Mail Online: ‘I wouldn’t say I’m mentally ill – I would say lots of people struggle with what I have.’
And she tells how despite Rosie’s public avowal of the importance of family life, she had been largely raised by nannies and is close to two of them than to Rosie.
The teen also revealed her heartache at being separated from her brothers and sister when she was 13 to be sent to a boarding school 2,000 miles from home.
Chelsea,18, shared details of life inside Rosie’s mansion in Nyack, New York, why the 53-year-old suddenly left The View last year and what led to the breakdown in her marriages to wives Kelli Carpenter and Michelle Rounds.
In her interview she reveals details of O’Donnell’s life away from the public sphere, including how she likes to lock herself away in an ‘arts and crafts house’ to paint, blast Madonna on the stereo and smoke weed.
Chelsea told Daily Mail Online: ‘I find her not genuine a lot of the time. When we’d go out, she was a completely different person in public than at home and I had a hard time with that. It’s like two different people.
‘I feel she should be her real self, who she really is. She has this public persona; she will put this big smile on her face and try to be funny. She would always go up to people and want to hold their babies in public. She had this happy, friendly side to her.
‘Whereas when we were home, even if it was on the same day, she would either just be in her room, not engaging with us, or watching documentaries.
‘And if we didn’t want to do what she wanted to do, it would cause a big issue.’
The teen revealed to Daily Mail Online what daily life is like in Rosie’s house.
Chelsea said: ‘Our dinners were mostly ordering in pizza or Chinese food because nobody could really cook except for my other mom, Kelli [Carpenter, Rosie’s first ex-wife].
‘Rosie would eat take out with us and if there were cookies in the house, she would eat them all. She was always coming into our rooms and asking if we had candy.
‘She would drink beer when we were growing up but after her heart attack, she couldn’t. Now I think she drinks wine.’
Chelsea added: ‘I mean, she smokes weed – not around us – but the whole house smells like it.’
Rosie suffered a heart attack in August 2012 which led to her adopting a new diet, her daughter said.
‘She’s had to be healthier since her heart attack. She has a lady who comes in to cook for her now, so she eats a little better.
‘The chef makes her smaller portions of the stuff you are supposed to eat – like protein, vegetables, and carbs.
‘She likes to sleep late. Dakota [Rosie’s two-year-old daughter adopted with second wife, Michelle Rounds] sometimes sleeps in her room, so if she wakes up early, she’ll come out and give her to one of us or a nanny and go back to bed.
‘Rosie wears tight Spandex shorts and a T-shirt around the house. She doesn’t get dressed and never wears make-up unless someone comes to do it for her.’
Chelsea also spoke about her mom’s hobbies.
‘She has a whole house which is just for her arts and crafts. She bought the next door neighbor’s house. She goes and spends all day down there,’ the teen said.
‘Rosie does a lot of painting and doodles on these little ‘Munny’ dolls [customizable blank figurines] which she puts her signature on and sells online.
‘The kids were allowed inside the arts and crafts house. It has paint all over the floors and walls, it’s kind of a mess but it’s still nice. Rosie has her desk and computer in there and little stools around tables.
‘She has some speakers set up and she blasts Madonna, she’s obsessed with her. But she also likes to play Eminem and Chris Brown.
‘She would watch documentaries and draw all day long, in her bedroom or in her arts and crafts house.’
Rosie’s solitary pursuits made it difficult when the children were younger, Chelsea said.
‘Rosie would prefer to stay home and watch her shows and kind of do her thing. But on the weekends, my siblings and I would want to go out. My sister [Vivienne] would want to go to the mall or I’d want to get coffee. Rosie wouldn’t want to drive us but there was always someone there to help.
Chelsea said she was ‘pretty much raised by nannies’ which led to her having a closer relationship with a couple of them than Rosie. She says she is strongly attached to two in particular – Geraldine and Tanya [who is now Rosie’s personal assistant].
‘Ger has been there since before I was born,’ Chelsea said. ‘She was there for my older brother, Parker. They [Geraldine and Tanya] have both been a huge part of my life and support.
‘If Rosie was in the city, they would stay at the house. Ger lived five minutes away so she was there whenever. There were other nannies in between but those two were significant to me.’
Chelsea described her early childhood as a happy one. Along with her brothers and sister – Parker, now 20, Blake, 15, and 12-year-old Vivienne – she attended the Green Meadow-Waldorf School in Chestnut Ridge, about 20 minutes from home.
‘We’d go to school and then I would go home and hang out, mostly by myself because I enjoy my own company, or play with my dogs. My brothers were into playing sports so they would stay back at school for practices and games,’ she said.
‘Rosie would play with us sometimes. When I was 11 and Parker was 13, we were obsessed with Scrabble and she would play with us.
‘She showed affection with my siblings but I don’t like her touching me – but that’s just me. We wouldn’t cuddle up on the couch and watch movies, we would take our own chairs.
‘We went on vacation a lot when I was little and that was always fun. It was nice to go to Florida and hang out with my siblings.
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