Selma Blair Opens Up About That Time She Flipped Out On A Plane

Back in June Selma Blair made headlines when the usually low-key celeb when full bananas on a return flight from Cancun with her 4-year-old son. The actress, 43, was enjoying a drink in first class one minute when witnesses say she began breaking down. She reportedly said:

He burns my private parts. He wont let me eat or drink. He beats me. Hes going to kill me.

We're leaving on a jet plane. Dad is already asleep. Not for long. Bwahahahha . #fathersdayweekend

A photo posted by Selma Blair (@therealselmablair) on

She was eventually removed from the plane in a stretcher and rushed to the hospital. Blair hasn’t talked about whether she was referring to her ex, her son’s father Jason Bleick, with whom she was returning from visiting with, or whether the incidents happened at all. It appears that Bleick was with Selma and her son on the plane at the time:

On our way back from Fathers Day in Mexico. #arthursaintbleick

A photo posted by Jason Bleick (@jasonbleick) on

Yesterday Selma was a guest on where she opened up about the incident, saying she had a “psychotic break.” The interview was summarized by :

“She begins by calling herself someone who should never drink, but acknowledges she did that day, and then took some kind of medication that didnt belong to her. Someone gave me a pill that I thought was something that I had taken before, which I don’t take on a regular basis, she told the hosts. It was something completely different. A very bad choice and I had a total psychotic black out. Blair says she is completely okay now, that she does not drink at all anymore, and seems pretty comfortable being candid about the whole situation.”

You can view the whole interview here:

My best wishes to her and her son.

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The Talk - Selma Blair on Plane Outburst: 'I had a total psychotic blackout'

Actress Selma Blair opens up about being removed from a plane after an inflight outburst last June. Blair explains, "I am someone who should never drink and I rarely do and I don't drink anymore, but I did. I was going through something. I had a glass of wine, someone gave me a pill that I thought was something that I had taken before, which I don't take on a regular basis. It was something completely different. A very bad choice and I had a total psychotic black out. It was horrible and frightening and I had empathy for myself actually afterwards because actually it was so out of character for me, especially now that I am a mother." Sharon Osbourne says, "It must have been terrifying." Blair adds, "It was terrifying...My son was with his father and he had slept through it. I knew he was going to sleep...and that's why I took this pill any how...bad choice all around. Totally own it, will not happen again. I keep it alive in me with me every day, I forgive myself, but I keep it alive."

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