ZOLOFT: Woman Professional Comedian: Bizarre Behavior On Stage: Austra…

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“It was pretty disgusting,” one audience member told Confidential

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By Amy Harris | July 03, 2009
Article from: The Courier-Mail

FEMALE comic Fiona O’Loughlin’s admitted to being drunk before collapsing on stage, shocked audience members said.

They told Confidential she also admitted to being on anti-depressants during her bizarre Brisbane performance.

O’Loughlin, who is part of the In Stitches program at QPAC’s Cremorne theatre, was on stage for just 25 minutes before organisers chose to scrap the performance and refund audience admission.

It’s understood the comedienne, who is part of Channel Seven’s Dancing With The Stars lineup, staggered around the stage and slurred her words before admitting she had come from a ‘boozy lunch’ at an Italian restaurant.

The mother-of-five also told the disgruntled crowd that she was taking the prescription anti-depressant Zoloft before abusing audience members as they began to file from the theatre.

“It was pretty disgusting,” one audience member told Confidential

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