Tila Tequila blames alter for alleged suicide attempt, may be on her way to Celebrity Rehab

Disturbed attention whore and probable season four celebrity Rehab cast member Tila Tequila posted now-deleted video of a suicide attempt she said was the work of another one of her personalities, Jane, but that may have just been another one of her desperate attempts for attention.

On Saturday, she wrote on Twitter, “JANE TRIED TO KILL ME! I HAVE VIDEO EVIDENCE!” (a blogger posted a screen cap of the graphic image). In an accompanying, now-deleted blog post, Tila wrote, “People don’t believe I have multiple personalities but this morning the last thing I remember was falling asleep cuz I was so tired. I blacked out and now that I just woke up from excruciating pains all over my body, there was blood and dope everywhere! She is evil!”

Radar reports that “a series of calls to 911 from concerned readers of Tequila’s blog” prompted a “full-scale search” that involved “up to 70 police, paramedics and fire rescue personnel,” and she was eventually located at home after “[p]olice contacted Pasadena Recovery Center, where Dr. Drew serves as the resident medical expert and the show is filmed.” She’s reportedly a cast member on the fourth season of Celebrity Rehab, which has yet to start filming.

Tila wrote on Twitter, “Calm the fuck down! I aint trying to commit no suicide you dumbfucks! Well that’s the last time I will EVER share somethin w/u idiots!”

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