19-year-old Chelsea cuts all ties with mom Rosie O’Donnell despite the fact that last summer they seemed to have put their differences aside and have a civilized relationship.

Rosie O’Donnell’s daughter Chelsea opened-up about the mother-daughter relationship in a recent interview for The Daily Mail. As she puts it, it’s over for good.

Their relationship started getting messy prior to Chelsea turning 18. She recounts that in May 2015 she got a tattoo and Rosie went ballistic, trying to rip off her clothes, chasing her with a wine bottle and threatening her.

“She was holding [the bottle] above her head and coming after me in her room. She kept trying to run after me and saying that if she really wanted to she could kill me, she’s that strong”, Chelsea says in the interview. This incident prompted the then-18-year-old to leave home, causing the comedienne and TV personality to report her missing.

Chelsea came back home for a few months, only to move out again and in with a new boyfriend she met in November of 2015. The man named Nick Alliegro says that Rosie advised him to stop seeing her daughter and bring her back home. He says she even offered to help him financially, an offer which he turned down. “I told her that wasn’t an option and we wanted to stay together.” He added that he played an important role in the two women keeping in touch. “If it wasn’t for me, they would never have talked again.”


“chelsea and me – what a difference a year makes #hopelives”, Rosie captioned this Instagram photo, posted last year.

Chelsea and Nick, 31, secretly tied the knot in July 2016, soon after she learned she was pregnant. Unfortunately, she miscarried. Of this matter, Nick says that even though O’Donnell was aware of it, she acted very cold. “I told Rosie about the miscarriage but she never seemed to care or even asked any questions, like it didn’t matter to her.”

All in all, the couple sustains that Rosie was not supportive of the relationship, on the contrary, she tried in several ways to break them apart. Moreover, her attitude towards her daughter was unreasonable and even aggressive.

On the other hand, 55-year-old Rosie provided The Daily Mail with a lengthy text message in which she reveals the troubled behaviour of her daughter. She asked that the text would be published in full.