Cara Delevingne’s friends are concerned about her. As TMZ reported on Friday, her friends are “desperate” for her to go to rehab. Multiple sources told the outlet that her friends are worried that she might be struggling with mental health and substance abuse.
Margot Robbie, Cara’s friend and “Suicide Squad” co-star, went to visit the model in her Los Angeles home. She was seen leaving looking distressed. Though the 32-year-old actress never commented about why she looked upset, photos of her crying led many to speculate that something is wrong with Delevingne.
According to an insider, the “Barbie” star looked distraught with “good reason” over what she witnessed at the 30-year-old model’s house. Also, Robbie is one of her friends who’ve been advocating for her to undergo treatment.
Delevingne confessed in a 2015 interview with The New York Times, “I was a kid, you know? I still am in so many ways, and I’m so lucky, but I think everyone needs a bit of a slap in the face, and a reminder that no one is invincible. That’s what it was for me. Especially with young people seeing the film, I want to be clear: I’m so far away from drugs that I couldn’t possibly be further way, and whatever happened in the past is in the past, it just doesn’t exist anymore.”
Just recently, the model turned actress was seen looking disheveled and showing suspicious behavior at the Van Nuys Airport in California. She also didn’t show up at the New York Fashion Week launch party for her latest collab with Karl Lagerfield. She was set to attend the Cara Loves Karl party on September 14. Her absence made fans even more concerned about her condition.
Her absence came after photos of her looking erratic and without her shoes on surfaced online. The 30-year-old “Only Murders in the Building” actress boarded Jay-Z’s private jet but she got off after 45 minutes. It’s still unclear if she got off the plane herself or was asked to leave.
Meanwhile, a source close to Delevingne told The Sun recently that friends are “incredibly concerned” adding, “There is talk of staging some kind of intervention and making sure Cara gets the help she may well need. She has been burning the candle at both ends of late, and it’s clearly taking its toll.”