Kelly Brook Admits She 'Sensationalised' Her Life For Her Autobiography

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A celebrity lying in their autobiography? We simply won’t believe it.

Kelly Brook has come forward to admit that she grossly exaggerated her life when writing her 2014 autobiography, ‘Close Up’.

In the book, the star gained her fans’ sympathy by candidly opening up about her “violent and horrific” childhood that claimed she used to “dread” weekends but it meant she’d have to watch her parents get drunk.

She also revealed intimate details of her love life.

However, Kelly has now said that the stories she told weren’t strictly true, telling Fabulous magazine: “It’s probably the thing I’m least proud of in my life. I felt like I had to sensationalise my life more than it was.

"I probably wasn’t that true to myself. I’m not saying it never happened, but it’s not really my upbringing to air all my dirty laundry like that.

"I think it was a bad move. I kind of regret my autobiography.”

The star did not clarify which parts of the book were exaggerated, but suggested that her family probably weren’t too happy with what was written…

Maybe next time we should take these books with a pinch of salt, eh?

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