Woman’s Day (NZ) - - You Ought To Know! -

Jude Law’s son Raf­ferty has some ex­plain­ing to do af­ter be­ing spot­ted in­hal­ing from a bal­loon while hold­ing a can­is­ter at Lon­don’s Not­ting Hill Car­ni­val.

The 21-year-old, who was DJing at the event, sparked ru­mours he was tak­ing the po­ten­tially deadly painkiller ni­trous ox­ide, also known as “laugh­ing gas” or “hippy crack”, which was out­lawed as a “le­gal high” in the UK as it can cause a fa­tal lack of oxy­gen to the brain.

Ras­cal Raf­ferty was ques­tioned af­ter one of his mates stag­gered and fell to the ground, and the model/mu­si­cian now has Sher­lock

Holmes star Jude, 45, to an­swer to.

“Jude’s not go­ing to be happy,” a fam­ily in­sider tells Woman’s Day. “Raf­ferty can make his own de­ci­sions, but this kind of thing doesn’t ex­actly re­flect well on him, es­pe­cially when he’s got big movies to pro­mote!”

Raf­ferty’s silly be­hav­iour blows up in his face.

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