After the news spread that she was looking for coke during Super Bowl weekend, the 'The Hills' star lashed out at the tabloid that created the story.
Kristin Cavallari made tabloid headlines this week for being a crackhead but she refused to let it stay around for too long. She personally took it to her Twitter to deny the speculation and bash Us Weekly for spreading lies. "Get ur facts straight Us Weekly-ur article is complete BULLSH*T," she wrote a few hours after the article was published online.
Putting it as one of its front cover stories, Us reported Cavallari was asking for coke during Super Bowl weekend in Miami. "She was wasted the entire time," the publication quoted a source as saying . "She was going around to everyone, asking them to score her some coke." Her addiction was too obvious to be hidden that if MTV uses the footage of her "The Hills" friends talking about it, the public will take notice.
Cavallari's representative released a statement to E! Online, "She has no drug problem. Us Weekly is a tabloid; they are no better then the National Enquirer. Don't believe everything you read or hear."