Kerry Katona has so far kept her grief to herself after ex-husband George Kay died from ingesting cocaine. Kerry Katona has broken her silence over the death of her ex-husband George Kay, who died from a suspected drug overdose earlier this month. The mum of five shared an emotional post consisting of two quoted texts, one of which referenced toxic relationships. You are allowed to be angry and selfish and unforgiving. It's thought to refer to Kerry's turbulent marriage to George, which was marred by his erratic behaviour and her claims he assaulted her. The second quote was a religious one about death, which read: "Don't grieve for me, for now I'm free.
The former EastEnders star reignited her feud with Kerry after pair fell out spectacularly when the ex-Atomic Kitten singer spoke about the former EastEnders star on Loose Women. The pair also engaged in a war of words on social media. Danniella insisted she and Kerry were never friends - claiming they've only met each other once, which is untrue. She has her own issues and problems and I think nitpicking like that… I just hope she gets herself better. The Sun Online recently revealed the details of the pair's feud. A source told us: "Kerry was horrified when Danniella called her from rehab and started having a go at her. Danniella previously called Kerry her "inspiration" after turning to her for help with her daily drugs battle.
The former pro rugby player was found dead at home and rushed to hospital, however, doctors were unable to resuscitate him. Addressing her , Twitter followers, Aisleyne penned: "Omg this is so very sad," as she shared an article about George's death. A close family friend of Kerry told the Mirror: "Kerry was told this afternoon that George suffered an overdose and was taken to hospital, but was declared dead on arrival. Showbiz all Most Read Most Recent.
The former Atomic Kitten star was targeted by the group again after she broke her Twitter silence following her ex-husband's death. You are allowed to walk away from people who hurt you. Contact denial is child abuse. Kerry and George first met as teenagers, but began dating in , going to have daughter Dylan-Jorge who is now aged five.