Mariah You need re­hab… now!

Mariah’s booz­ing be­hav­iour has friends beg­ging her to get help

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When she isn’t strug­gling to stand up, she’s spilling out of her tight­fit­ting clothes and fall­ing into wait­ing cars as her em­ploy­ees scram­ble to keep her upright.

And con­cerns are mount­ing for Mariah Carey’s well­be­ing af­ter a source re­vealed the ex­tent of her par­ty­ing life­style.

New pic­tures of the 47-yearold singer look­ing worse for wear last week are all but proof she’s been over­do­ing it. And an in­sider con­firms the even­ing is not an iso­lated ex­am­ple.

It’s un­der­stood ex­ces­sive drink­ing mixed with large quan­ti­ties of pre­scrip­tion painkillers is nor­mal for the star, rais­ing con­cerns she’s head­ing for a break­down.

Now we’re told mem­bers of her camp are des­per­ately hop­ing she’ll head to re­hab to curb her drink­ing – fast!

“She’s spi­ralling out of con­trol mix­ing painkillers, pros­ecco and red wine,” the source says.

“It’s so nor­mal her body­guards have to watch out to get her home be­fore she em­bar­rasses her­self. She’ll fall asleep and pass out if she drinks too much.”

It’s not just when Mariah is club­bing, ei­ther. The source says she reg­u­larly drinks while on sleep­ing and pain pills.

“Some days she wakes up and starts drink­ing and will go on un­til she goes to sleep. She wakes up moody and er­ratic. No­body knows what she’ll do next. She’ll sud­denly start yelling at peo­ple. She’ll also ex­cuse her­self mid-con­ver­sa­tion to take a nap.”

It’s not the first time Mariah’s drink­ing has rung alarm bells. In 2015 her brother Mor­gan said she’d been numb­ing her­self with cham­pagne since 2001. “Mariah was drink­ing through her preg­nancy – even while she was nurs­ing,” he said in ex­plo­sive claims to a US pub­li­ca­tion. “I can’t say I’ve ever been around her… sober, and that’s very scary.”

Mor­gan, 51, who had not seen his sis­ter for two years when he made the com­ments, al­leged Mariah was on a daily cock­tail of med­i­ca­tions, and said he was afraid she’d die like Whit­ney Hous­ton, claim­ing, “She does not have a sup­port sys­tem, and she is not men­tally ca­pa­ble.”

Mor­gan even went so far as to im­pli­cate Mariah’s en­tourage: “Any­one who’s fill­ing her glass is jeop­ar­dis­ing her life.”

These fresh fears for the star come at a time when her per­sonal life has come un­done. She re­cently split from backup dancer Bryan Tanaka, who she be­gan dat­ing al­most im­me­di­ately af­ter call­ing off her en­gage­ment to James Packer in Oc­to­ber last year.

There’s now spec­u­la­tion she’s re­united with the fa­ther of her six-year-old twins Mon­roe and Moroc­can, her rap­per ex-hus­band Nick Can­non.

Non­stop drink­ing The high life: On an al­leged cock­tail of pros­ecco and painkillers. May 2 Be­ing helped into her car. Mayy 3 A big night out with the girls. FallingFa g Stum­bling at a TV event.

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