AceShowbiz - Is there something wrong with Cara Delevingne? Margot Robbie appeared visibly upset after visiting her friend's house in West Hollywood following her "Suicide Squad" co-star's erratic behavior.
In photos published by Daily Mail on Wednesday, September 14, the "Barbie" star could be seen wiping away her tears around 5 P.M. while en route to Los Angeles International Airport. During the outing, which occurred on Monday, September 12, the 32-year-old actress was dressed casually in a black strapless top and matching sweats with a clip in her hair.
Just four hours earlier, Margot was spotted exiting Cara's house in West Hollywood. The 30-year-old model's sister Poppy Delevingne was also reportedly seen at the property, leaving in a black SUV at 11 A.M.
On September 5, Cara was seen smoking alone at the airport. At one point, she appeared unable to control her body movements as she was seen on the phone, bending over, dropping her phone and walking around looking very jittery and as if she was unable to stop moving.
Interestingly, Cara wore a Britney Spears T-shirt, black joggers with colorful stripes, yellow socks, but no shoes. She even dangled her feet out of the vehicle prior to her arrival at the airport. According to a source, she was two hours late for the flight.
A few days before her concerning sighting at the airport, Cara looked sick while sitting in her car taking drops of an unknown liquid and smoking. At one point, she could be seen changing her clothes inside her Audi before stopping at a sex shop and browsing racks of dildos and vibrators for about 30 minutes on Melrose Ave.
Of Cara's disheveled appearance, one friend claimed that the "Only Murders in the Building" star had "spent a few days" partying at the Burning Man festival in the Nevada desert, where she "hadn't eaten much and hadn't yet had time to shower."
Taking the model's disheveled public appearances seriously, Cara's family is reportedly planning to stage an emergency intervention. A close friend of the model/actress told The Sun last week, "We are all incredibly concerned. The situation has been building for a few weeks now, and Cara's family is involved."
The person added, "There is talk of staging some kind of intervention and making sure Cara gets the help she may well need. She has been burning the candle at both ends of late, and it's clearly taking its toll."