Sheridan Smith reportedly stayed up all night on a ’20-hour booze binge’ after a furious bust up with fiancé Jamie Horn.
The actress is said to have fled their country mansion following the row last Saturday, meeting a group of pals at her other property in London’s Crouch End.
Sheridan reportedly gave up drinking alcohol in 2016, later revealing she had suffered a “massive meltdown” following the death of dad Colin Smith from cancer.
An insider tells The Sun that Sheridan, 37, fell out with some of her friends after revealing her argument with Jamie, 28, who popped the question in May following a whirlwind romance.
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Sheridan pictured with fiancé Jamie Horn in March
“She was upset by the row with Jamie and wanted to vent to friends,” the source claims. “She went to London but some of them insisted she had been in the wrong, which angered her even more and she chucked them out.
“After that she turned to drink and, with the few pals who were left, got through a couple of bottles of vodka.
“They were partying all night and didn’t go to sleep until 3pm on the Sunday.”
The star is said to have gone on a ’20-hour booze binge’
Following the ‘bender’, Sheridan’s pals are now said to be worried about the star reverting back to bad habits.
“It’s concerning for her real friends because they have seen what has happened in the past,” the source continued. “They don’t want her to get into difficulty again and are trying to help get her back on the straight and narrow.”
Earlier this month, Sheridan said she had “felt terrible” for fans who had booked tickets to see her in West End show Funny Girl in 2016, after she pulled out following her father’s cancer diagnosis.
Sheridan reportedly argued with fiancé Jamie before meeting up with friends at her other home in Crouch End
"I totally had a breakdown and unfortunately because I was spiralling out of control and making mistakes things I regret because I wasn’t in the right frame of mind,” she said on ITV’s Lorraine.
"I kind of understand that will get a backlash but you don’t really know what’s going on behind-the-scenes.
The star recently appeared on Lorraine to talk about her difficult couple of years
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"Everyone goes through grief don’t they. People deal with it in different ways. Obviously there will still be days when it hits you but it gives you strength in a way.
"The support from people has been amazing. People hugging me in the street saying they’ve been through the same."
Mirror Online has contacted Sheridan’s rep for comment.