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Kelly Osbourne Tweets About Getting a Black Eye on Delta Airlines Flight

Travelers Today       By    Katie McFadden

Updated: Jul 08, 2012 12:50 PM EDT

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Kelly Osbourne is not happy with Delta Airlines.  She claims that her flight left her with a black eye.

E! Fashion Police commentator was on a Delta flight heading to Los Angeles when she received a black eye.  A passenger sitting in front of the star reclined her seat, hitting Osbourne in the forehead with the built-in TV screen.

Osbourne was not happy with the incident as she took to Twitter to express her anger about the passenger. "Really? The assh--- in front of me almost knocked me out putting her seat back Might get a black eye," Osbourne complained on Twitter Friday. "I'm going to kick her seat all the way to LA."

When confronting the passenger about the issue, Osbourne received a rude response from the woman. "After kicking her seat form giving me a black she confronted me and laughed at the fact she gave me a black eye! What a #EuroTrashC***" Osbourne wrote.

The knock to the head left Osbourne with an unwanted souvenir on her trip. She later tweeted "Why is it that when you hit your forehead you get a black eye?"

Osbourne then tweeted a photo of her injury and put the blame on Delta Airlines. "Thank you so much Delta 4 this wonderful black eye Fix your f***ing seats Getting smashed in the face w/ a tv is so fun" she wrote.

Despite her anger towards the airline and the rude response from the passenger who gave Osbourne the injury, the star did acknowledge the friendly staff on the flight.

"Regardless to how s*** @delta is the stewardess really looked after me! She was amazing!" Osbourne wrote.

The incident isn't the only problem Osbourne has had on a flight in recent weeks. In June, the star had a drunken breakdown on a flight. A fan tried to sympathize with Osbourne is response to the recent diagnosis of her brother Jack  Osbourne's multiple sclerosis.

The star looked at a website that described symptoms of the disease and she become intoxicated on the plane as a coping mechanism. She had to be assisted off the plane as she was crying amid her breakdown.

 

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