Fifi Geldof slams critics over sister Peaches' death
Peaches Geldof's sudden death at age 25 left many people confused and saddened. In April, her rocker husband Thomas Cohen found her body slumped on a bed in their home in Wrotham, Kent, southeast England.
Even more shocking was that at the time of her death, no one knew what had caused it.
Just days ago, an inquest determined that the cause of Peaches' death was an overdose on high-strength heroin, 10 times bigger than the overdose that killed her mother, Paula Yates, 14 years ago. And the news has not been sitting well with many fans.
The public has slammed the late star, calling her a selfish hypocrite for doing drugs around her young sons, especially since much of the money that she made in recent years came from her writing about motherhood.
These hurtful remarks have upset Peaches' older sister Fifi Geldof, who took to her Instagram account yesterday to slam critics.
Fifi posted an expletive-filled image reading, "Don't keep calm and f*** this. F*** that. F*** you. F*** off."
Which she captioned, "Sums it up nicely about how I'm feeling about the viciousness today. Maybe now she'll be allowed to RIP."
One user commented that Fifi's sister was "selfish" and "sad." Fifi quickly hit back, writing, "You've no idea what you're talking about quite frankly. Yet another who has bought into the bulls***. I'd appreciate you getting the f*** off my page with stuff like that on today of all days."
Tragically, Peaches had been living a double life and hiding her drug use from her husband. The inquest also heard that Peaches had drug paraphernalia stashed around the house, including burned spoons, heroin and 80 syringes, the Daily Mail reports.