Rosie’s Daughter Just Exposed Her In Court After Months Of Hateful Attacks And Blaming Sarah Sanders

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Rosie O’Donnell has attacked President Trump for years and years, and they have been going at it non-stop. When she isn’t attacking him, he is attacking her. However, it isn’t just the President who has a problem with her. Now it is her own flesh and blood.

O’Donnell spearheaded a lawsuit and case against a man from New Jersey who was found with her missing daughter several years ago. Now the suit has been dismissed. Court records have indicated that the charges of child endangerment, as well as charges of distributing obscenities, were officially dropped against the 28-year-old Steven Sheerer.

However, the defense attorney, Robert Tarver was unaware as of Monday that the case had been thrown out. As far as he knew, he told reporters that the prosecutors had been pushing for a guilty plea earlier in 2018. Furthermore, he was clear that he felt evidence would show his client was not guilty.

People Magazine reported,

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Rosie O’Donnell and her estranged daughter Chelsea are feuding publicly — and not for the first time. Rosie adopted Chelsea as a baby with her then-wife Kelli Carpenter-O’Donnell. The two also share son Parker, 22, son Blake, 17, and daughter Vivienne, 14. Rosie is also mother to daughter Dakota, 4, whom she shares with her late ex-wife Michelle Rounds, who died of apparent s*****e last week.

This week, Chelsea, 20, announced that she is pregnant, and Rosie, 55, responded by accusing her daughter of trying to profit off of Rounds’ d***h. The relationship between Rosie and Chelsea has been significantly strained in recent years — here’s a look back at their troubled history.

February 2015

Rosie announced her departure from The View, sharing a candid video confirming that she left the talk show to focus on her health and family. “There’s lots of stuff going on at home and there’s lots of stuff going on at work,” she said. “The only thing I can really control is the work, by leaving.”

“The truth is I had a heart attack two years ago, and stress is very bad for heart attack survivors,” she said. “I’m minimizing my stress by leaving The View … the stress that I’m having at home isn’t as easily remediable.”

August 2015

A 17-year-old Chelsea went missing. New Jersey police found her a week later at the house of 25-year-old alleged heroin addict Steven Sheerer. (Sheerer’s attorney told the Associated Press at the time that his relationship with Chelsea was consensual and that they began dating on the dating app Tinder, on which she identified herself as 19.)

At the time, Rosie’s representative Cindi Berger said Chelsea suffers from mental illness and had gone off her medication.

“Chelsea, like millions of people, lives with mental illness,” Berger said. “It has been a difficult road for Chelsea and her family and they just want her back safe. [Rosie and Chelsea] have a good relationship. Rosie loves Chelsea very much.”

September 2015

Chelsea successfully pleaded with a judge to lift a no-contact order between her and Sheerer.

She also chose to move out of her family’s New York house and into the home of her biological mother, Wisconsin resident Deanna Micoley.

“Chelsea made a decision when she turned 18 that she wanted to go to her birth mother,” Berger told PEOPLE. “This was her choice.”

October 2015

Chelsea addressed her rocky relationship with her mother in an interview with the Daily Mail, claiming Rosie kicked her out of the house on Aug. 11, two weeks before her 18th birthday.

“She told me to leave and take my dog,” Chelsea said. “Rosie knew I was planning to leave, that’s why I think she kicked me out. She asked me to talk about what was going on and I didn’t want to. So she asked for my phone and my computer. This was hours before she told me to leave. I gave them to her. A few hours later, she told me to leave. I wasn’t planning to go until I turned 18 on the 24th.”

When reached by PEOPLE at the time, a rep for Rosie called the situation with Chelsea “heartbreaking on every level.”

Chelsea also denied being mentally ill to the Daily Mail, though she said she suffered from anxiety and depression when Rosie and Kelli, Chelsea’s other adoptive mother, got divorced in 2007.””

“I guess everyone is putting out there he’s a bad guy from things that happened in the past but he’s not,” she said. “He supports me and I love him. He’s not into anything bad now, he works hard.” Of Rosie, Chelsea said, “She’s texting me as if Steve is keeping me here and not letting me leave, which is not the case. I’m really happy to be here, and happier than I’ve been in years.”

One day after Chelsea’s interview was published, Rosie tweeted a quote from a children’s book. “I will grow, I will grow, I will grow. I will grow without you. I will feel the sun on my face and I will thrive,” she wrote. (The quote appeared to be from Margaret Wise Brown’s classic picture book The Runaway Bunny, which details a baby rabbit telling his mother he wants to run away. In the story, the mother bunny counters her son by saying she will transform into anything to stay by his side.)”

Over the past few years from 2016-2018 the relationship between O’Donnell and her daughter Chelsea has escalated so badly that they have taken to social media and the press to attack one another. But it is O’Donnell’s attacks that are the most vicious.

One point of contention in their relationship is that Chelsea got married in 2016 to a 31-year-old plumber named Alliegro and never told O’Donnell about it which Chelsea allegedly said O’Donnell was unhappy about. Chelsea insisted that she and her mother never got along growing up and now that she is an adult who can do what she wants it has exacerbated the situation and led her to cut ties with her.

When it was announced that Chelsea was pregnant she discussed her happiness and excitement and indicated that O’Donnell did not know and that she would not be a part of her life and in retaliation, O’Donnell went to social media to send cryptic and negative tweets in response.

Shortly thereafter, O’Donnell took to Twitter again to call Chelsea fame hungry and accuse her of releasing the news of her child at the same time that O’Donnell’s ex-wife had committed s*****e. It seems like this family is very very broken and filled with mental health issues.

Perhaps an indication that it is not President Trump who is the common denominator in all these arguments but that it is O’Donnell. Whether it is with the President or with her family O’Donnell brings drama and negativity wherever she goes.

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