Kelly Osbourne Pees Herself After Denied Entry to Starbucks


Kelly Osbourne Pees Herself After Denied Entry to Starbucks


The 'Papa Don't Preach' hitmaker has taken to Twitter to slam a Starbucks outlet in Chelsea, New York City for not letting her use its staff's bathroom.
Kelly Osbourne had an embarrassing accident during Pride Parade in New York City on Sunday, June 25. The daughter of Ozzy Osbourne peed her pants after employees at a nearby Starbucks didn't let her use their bathroom because it wasn't a public bathroom.

Later that day, Kelly took to Twitter to express her anger at the coffeehouse chain. "SHAME on U @Starbucks #PissedMyOwnPants in this location because UR shameful employees refused to let me use the [toilet]. I have piss in my shoe," she tweeted alongside a photo of the building.



One of Starbucks' employees responded to Kelly's tweet a few hours later. "Hi Kelly, I apologize for your experience & want to help. Please DM me so I can discuss this with you further. Thanks! -Becca," an employee named Becca wrote.



Kelly's rep told Page Six that she was "adamantly refused" by the employees although she was willing to buy anything from the shop. "It's common decency to allow someone to use a bathroom," her rep said. "It's compassion."

Starbucks' rep, meanwhile, claimed that the situation was just a misunderstanding. "We are working to follow up with Ms. Osbourne to clarify any confusion. There simply is no restroom in this store, and inquiring customers are typically directed to a store a few blocks away," the rep stated. "We sincerely apologize for any misunderstanding and hope to welcome Ms. Osbourne back for a beverage on us very soon!"

Although it was unfortunate for the "Shut Up" songstress to experience such thing, fans didn't sympathize with her. You're an adult, how do you not know how manage your piss by now. Are you waiting until the last minute? Did you go before you left home?" @OgotGAMEtalk tweeted. @Mattie_Muscles added, "She's just blaming others for her own problems. Situation was avoidable."






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