Danniella Westbrook ‘flew into rage’ as police officers arrested her son

Danniella Westbrook had to be calmed down by police after flying into a rage as officers arrested her son, it has been reported.


by Jack White |
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The former Eastenders actress, 40, allegedly called the police herself after rowing with her 17-year-old son Kai Jenkins in a pub garden.

A witness at the pub in Rochester told a UK newspaper: “They appeared to have been drinking and were screaming blue murder.”

But, despite the fact that Danniella called the police herself, she seemed to change her mind when they arrived.

Danniella had reportedly been arguing with her son before he was arrested
Danniella had reportedly been arguing with her son before he was arrested

The witness added: “She called the police but when they turned up she jumped on the car in a blind rage. She was thrashing about and demanding they leave her boy alone. They calmed her down and took him away.”

Meanwhile, Danniella was left angry this week when she discovered her car had been stolen.

Danniella, who is also mum to 12-year-old daughter Jody, wrote on Twitter yesterday: “Just walked out my house my cars been stolen!!! Fuming.”

Danniella's boyfriend Tom pictured with Kai

Her boyfriend Tom Richards, 24, appealed to his own followers to help find the car. He posted: “@westbrookdanni car just been stolen, if anyone sees this can u please contact the police’, along with a picture of the number plate.

The theft of her car comes after Danniella’s home was burgled three times last month. On one of the incidents she posted a picture online, writing: “One room trashed, walls used as urinal, nothing left not even a knife or fork! Scumbags.”

In another tweet, Danniella wrote: “3 times in as many weeks, even the beddings been taken…Upset don’t cut it!! My daughter is beside herself!”

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