The recent barrage of press claims that Drew Barrymore wishes her mother had died has Drew Barrymore very upset, and she is not going to take it lying down.

In an Instagram video, Barrymore stated, “To all you tabloids out there, you have been fucking with my life since I was 13 years old.” “I’ve never expressed a desire for my mother’s demise. You have no right to use those words around me.

The rumours are a result of Barrymore’s discussion of her complex connection with her mother Jaid in this week’s story in Vulture.

She remarked at one point, “All their mothers are dead, but mine is not.” “Well, I don’t have that luxury, I say. But I’m impatient. I don’t want to be in a situation where I desire for someone to pass away earlier than they should in order for me to advance. In reality, I want her to be content, successful, and healthy. She is here on Earth, but I still have to fucking develop.

In the profile, journalist E. Alex Jung writes that Barrymore appeared to regret her remarks an hour after she uttered them. I ventured to express it,and I wasn’t feeling well,” she said to him. “Yes, I care. I will always care. I’m not sure if I’ve ever been able to completely defend, isolate, not feel, or put the wall up.

Soon after the story was published, a number of news websites started to tactfully compile Barrymore’s remarks. Drew Barrymore says she wants her mother Jaid was dead, saying, “I cannot wait,” according to Page Six, while the Daily Mail used the phrase “Drew Barrymore admits she wishes her mother was DEAD” in their headline (emphasis theirs).

Barrymore did not hide her emotions on Monday. In her Instagram video, she said: “Those of us who have to sort it out in real time cannot wait, as in they cannot wait for the moment. I have been vulnerable and attempted to work out a really tough, painful connection while recognising that is difficult to do when a parent is living. However, the parent is dead”

Barrymore said, “Don’t distort my words or ever suggest that I wish my mother was dead. I’ve never made that claim. I would never. In fact, I continue by wishing that I would never have to experience life to the point that I would wish it on someone else. Because that is unhealthy.

Barrymore has already spoken candidly about her past, especially her connection with her mother. Prior to the release of her memoir Wildflower in 2015, Drew Barrymore spoke with The Guardian about being set free from her mother at the age of 14 following an 18-month stay in the hospital for alcohol and drug addiction treatment. Barrymore started going with her mother to Studio 54 when she was nine, according to the article, “where she was introduced to drugs and encouraged to dance with famous young men.”

Barrymore stated of her time in the hospital before becoming free, “It was a really significant thing to experience for me. It was really quieting and humbling. Perhaps it was required since I left with more respect than when I entered.And neither my parents nor my experiences in life taught me that. I emerged in a totally different manner, yet I remained myself.

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