Kerry Katona cheated death three times at the height of her drug addiction, as she says she felt a ''huge surge of love'' that brought her back to consciousness.
Kerry Katona cheated death three times at the height of her drug addiction.
The former Atomic Kitten singer has recalled how her cocaine abuse led to her having seizures, and she can vividly remember feeling a ''huge surge of love'' that brought her back to consciousness each time.
She revealed to new! magazine: ''I've had near death experiences before when I was doing cocaine I took so much of it that I'd have an epileptic fit and I'd start frothing at the mouth and my eyes would roll back.
''The only way I can describe coming out of it was like angels were bringing me back to life.
''I can still remember the feeling clearly - it felt like I was coming back to the light and I felt a huge surge of love. It's happened to me about three times.
''There was definitely somebody above looking after me.''
Kerry previously revealed she turned to drugs following the breakdown of her marriage to Brian McFadden in 2004 as a way of coping with the grief and anxiety she felt.
The blonde beauty - who has Molly, 18, and Lilly-Sue, 17, with Brian, as well as Heidi, 13, and Max, 12, with second spouse Mark Croft, and six-year-old DJ with late third husband George Kay - said: ''A divorce is a huge loss and you do grieve. The separation anxiety you feel when you lose your partner is hugely painful.
''The end of my first marriage was what started me on drugs - that was how bad it was ...
''Just because a relationship ends, it doesn't mean you snap back into normality. These things take time.''
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