Mackenzie Phillips Tells Airlines Dad Made Her Bring Drugs

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Saturday, 28 November 2009


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According to a highly dubious report, Mackenzie Phillips has been caught once again trying to board a plane by flying down the airport halls with a bag full of odds and ends medications, without their doctor's names attacked.

"We might have missed her if she hadn't actually tried to fly by flapping her arms feverishly, knocking down other passengers and careening into a guard who was somewhat caught off guard", stated a spokesman for the airport.

Apparently Phillips once again blamed her dad for appearing and reappearing in front of her.

"Papa John was right in front and HE could fly but I couldn't get off the floor except when I hit that air pocket near the bathrooms."

Once more, according to the report that we are trying to affirm, MacKenzie Phillips once again caught with drugs at an airport.

"We've got her in a room with a couple of guards, one female", stated the airport spokesman. "The police should arrive anytime and we will be happy to release her in their charge. She keeps getting up on chairs and jumping while flapping like crazy, and singing that "California Dreaming" song."

"She's also talking to Papa John, apologizing for some book that she'd pull off the stands if he would teach her how he could fly."

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